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NIGERIA @ 60: Rt. Hon. PRINCE CORNELIUS NNAJI Advocates FOR FOR PEACE AND LEADERSHIP REORIENTATION

By Ray Ugwu//1st October 2020

As Nigeria celebrates her 60th independence anniversary today, member representing Enugu East/Isi-uzo federal constituency in the green chamber has advocated for peace and leadership reorietation as pannacia for progressive nation.

the law maker disclosed this in his official Facebook page post where he congratulated Nigerians and prayed for a peaceful coexistence of citizens.

Read below for the full post……

As Nigeria marks 60th Independence anniversary, I felicitate with my constituents and Nigerians.

As we celebrate 60 years independence, let us embrace peace because peace is an indispensable element for economic growth and national development.

Peace is so imperative in any nation such that no meaningful economic development would take place in any nation without relative peace.

Moreover, leadership reorientation and attitudinal change will address myriad of Nigeria’s problems.

In light of the above, every sector in Nigeria needs selfless leaders who see leadership position as an opportunity to render selfless service for national development.

Nigeria is blessed with rich human, natural endowments and unlimited potentials that require good leadership for it to be optimally harnessed.

I want to use this medium to extol my political role models; Governor of Enugu State, His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi and Speaker House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila for their exemplary and visionary leadership worthy of emulation.

I equally wish to commend all the leaders that have contributed to all the achievements recorded by our country in the past 60 years.

It is my prayer that God will bless Nigeria with peace and prosperity.

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE.

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