My Wish For Biase

October 1st, will always be remembered as a momentous day in the history of Nigeria. On this day, Nigeria gained her independence from the British after being colonized for several years. Under a new indigenous leadership, 1st October has been celebrated as Independence Day in the country since then. 

Though we are faced with challenges, setbacks and distractions,  it is important to know the history of our country’s independence, and reflects on the efforts of our heroes past.
The idea of being an independent nation, where sovereign power lies with us to determine our future, places a huge responsibility on our shoulders.

The significance of its beautiful story is that this nation has gained respect from the world for the democratic route chosen by it. We can proudly say that Nigeria have not remained the same since independence.

It is therefore our responsibility, as proud citizens of this country, to sincerely perform our duties, in other for us to progress together for the growth and development of our Local Government and our country at large. Keeping the sacrifices of our ancestors in mind, we should put in efforts, to carve a better future for our motherland and the coming generation.

As your leader, I enjoin every son and daughter of Biase, young and old to cease every opportunity to develop self and set attainable goals that will ensure sustainable growth and development to our dear Local Government.

I wish you all a happy new month and gracious independence day Celebration. 
I love you all.

A GOODWILL MESSAGE BY HON MRS ADA CHARLES ON THE OCCASION OF THE NIGERIA’S INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION.

It is with great pleasure I extend my happiness and joy to you all on this glorious day that marks our independence day and also a beginning of a new month. 

It has been 60 years since our nation got her independence, for some of us, we may be younger, but we are a great part of this moving train. The grace that has sustain us as a nation, has proven without doubts the love God has for us. We have survived and live with the concept of “Unity in diversity” with diverse language, culture and religion, It is a prove that we have truly grown as a nation and a people. 

Yes indeed there are some setbacks ranging from corruption, poverty, ignorance and lack of jobs ; however one cannot deny that even the most powerful nations have these setbacks. It is therefore important that we take a collective efforts in rebuilding our broken walls.

Waiting and hoping on the government to do everything might not give us the desired results as hoped and prayed.
Let us strive to make our country a better and safe place by following the values and principles taught by our fathers. 

Let us spread awareness, knowledge, values and gain wisdom. Let us make this our Independence Day and new month resolution. 
If we as a local government follows these basic principles, we will grow, and gradually spread the tentacles of our new found light across and eventually it would lead to a massive revival across our country, making Nigeria great again.

I also will use this medium to wish every father /mother and also every son and daughter of Biase a happy new month and a joy filled independence day celebration. 
I love you all. 

A NEW MONTH MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF BIASE FROM THE EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN OF COUNCIL.

It is with great pleasure I welcome you to the month of September, a month that will be full of happiness and success in our personal and professional lives.
Few months ago, I became the chairman of our great local government after a successful election processes.
Before the elections I’ve reviewed the council performances and achievements both past and even at the absence of a democratic elected leader.

By my assessment and reviews, I and my team had set new objectives and priorities for our days and time in office and committed ourselves to implement them.
To this end, we’ve validated two committees and with time form new ones, with assigned specific missions and tasks to ensure effective representation that will lead to sustainable growth and development of our dear local government.

It is my Ernest desire to work towards sustaining the projects of my predecessors and also reinforce the councils ties with the state government, to bring the best of democratic governance to the people of Biase and also connect with organisations to bring about change in areas that we are found wanting.

As we wake up to a new month, we must also look back but with the knowledge that brighter days are ahead of us – that although our challenges are great, each of us has the courage and determination to rise up and meet them. That together as brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers of this great local government called Biase, can make the ultimate difference that will put our dear local government in the global map.
It is that spirit that has kept me as an individual focused and determined and it is that spirit that I believe will make all the difference and give us a head start that will make Biase great again.

Happy new month my people.