Nigeria @ 58: Senator Mao Ohuabunwa salutes Nigerians, urges unity against antidemocratic forces



Senator representing Abia north senatorial district senator Mao Ohuabunwa has felicitated with Nigerians on the 58th Independence anniversary with a charge on Nigerians to work against acts capable of truncating the nation’s democracy.

Senator Mao admonished Nigerians to be proud of their country and work in unison irrespective of political, religious and ethnic diversities to ensure the continued corporate existence of the country.

“I congratulate Nigerians on the occasion of the 2018 Independence Day celebration on October 1, 2018. Our people have enjoyed democracy since 1999 and appreciates better, the inherent gains of democracy, as respect for human rights and the rule of law. In order to protect this hard earned democracy, we must work harmoniously to improve on our electoral system”.

The senator urged Nigerians to continue to work together in unity so as to surmount the challenges threatening to destabilise the democratic experience and undo the gains achieved in the past 19 years.

“We should be proud to be Nigerians because God in His infinite wisdom did not make a mistake in His decision to make us Nigerians,” senator Mao said, adding, it is a day to celebrate our glorious state and great nation; and to pay tribute to our countrymen and women who sacrificed so that we can celebrate this day; we should never forget the sacrifices of our heroes past

Senator Mao observed that at 58, the journey has not been easy for the country, as he has witnessed economic and political setbacks; bloodletting largely due to misguided,He commended Abia north for giving peace a chance

“Despite the challenges we are facing as a nation, we must remain resolute to keep alive the dreams of our founding fathers,” senator Mao said.


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