Nigeria @61: Atiku urges unity, bemoans declining lifestyle

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By Dirisu Yakubu

Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has enjoined Nigerians to stay united regardless of their present existential challenges and struggles for financial survival.

He additionally known as on governments in any respect ranges to provoke insurance policies aimed toward enhancing requirements of dwelling for the typical Nigerian whilst he assured that the long run forward of us as a nation will probably be brighter and higher.

In his goodwill message on the event of Nigeria’s 61st independence anniversary, signed by his media adviser, Paul Ibe, the previous Vice President expressed concern on the stage of disunity, intolerance and bigotry within the nation which ends up in conflicts with its attendant losses of human lives and property.

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According to him, disunity doesn’t assist Nigerians as a result of it makes it unimaginable for them to unite for a mutually helpful widespread trigger.

“I believe that our common interests are greater than those things that divide us. If we spend our energies on division rather than fighting for our common interests, it would be more difficult to bring about positive change to assuage the situation”, Atiku mentioned.

According to the previous PDP presidential candidate, variety isn’t a foul factor in itself, however what issues is the transformation of the variety into energy.

He defined that when residents are united, they’re extra prone to deliver in regards to the desired change than when they’re divided.

The Wazirin Adamawa added that Nigerians can defeat divide and rule politics if they’re united behind their widespread pursuits.

Atiku reminds leaders in any respect ranges of the crucial of creating our democracy work for all by justice, fairness, equity and even unfold of improvement throughout the nation.

The Waziri Adamawa regrets that, regardless of our huge oil sources, excessive poverty and joblessness have remained persistent, including that “there is no excuse that 61 years after independence, extreme poverty is still the ordinary citizen in the face.”

He advocates for bipartisan initiatives by political leaders to handle the spate of insecurity compounded by joblessness and poor dwelling situations.

 “Insurgent activities have sprung up as a result of unemployment and joblessness of our able young men and women; frustration sets in and this encourages them to be involved in activities that are detrimental to our collective peace and security.

“It is worthy to celebrate our great nation on her anniversary today. We have come a long way together as a country. Although we have challenges that beset us like other countries of the world, we must not surrender to them. We must work together, in truth and justice, to overcome these challenges, as a stronger and more united country,” he mentioned.

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