Header Ads

We Have More Than 60 Reasons To Celebrate Independence Day - Hon Adetiba


As we celebrate our nation’s independence day, let’s remember our past leaders who lost their lives in the battle for the freedom we are enjoying today. This is a message from the desk of Deputy Speaker Kwara State House of Assembly, Honourable Adetiba-Olanrewaju Raphael When he wishes Kwarans and Nigeria at large happy independence day.

Every citizen should have a sense of belonging wherever they found themselves. Let everyone rises to the great task of building social trust between ourselves and the nation. By so doing, we can have peace and stability in our country.


"Freedom does not come so easily. We are indebted to our national heroes who made this country what it is today. As patriotic citizens, let’s put extra effort to perform our own civic rights and responsibilities. Our diversities should not be seen as a weakness but as our strength. It is only by working together that we can build a resilience nation.” Adetiba further stressed.

Moreover, He advices Kwarans to Always establish our prides by raising our country’s flag up high so as that of our dearest State Kwara. Let peace and harmony as our lineage follow us everywhere we go. Say no to domestic abuse and violence. Continue to live in peace and do not allow Political or Religion differences seperate us.

October 1st is a day to remember.
May today add more colours to our life as we celebrate the struggles of our past heroes. May the flag of our country always fly high and higher as we mark 60th years Independence Day anniversary. 

Happy independence day


Copyright KWARA REPORTERS. All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from KWARA REPORTERS. For more info, Adverts or report call us on +2349064433505 or reach us at infokwarareporters@gmail.com

No comments

(c) KwaraReporters. Powered by Blogger.