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Nigeria at 60: Don’t lose hope – Goodluck Jonathan

Former President Goodluck Jonathan, has urged Nigerians to not lose hope because the nation marks its sixtieth independence anniversary.

Jonathan mentioned somewhat than lose hope, Nigerians needs to be purposeful in taking part in their very own roles in direction of making the nation nice.

He said this in his message to Nigerians because the nation marks its sixtieth independence anniversary, on Thursday.

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Jonathan mentioned the journey of Nigeria had been that of blended fortunes.

In keeping with the previous president, Nigeria will solely be affluent when residents present dedication.

The message he signed reads: “Like many different nice nations, our journey has been that of blended fortunes. Our nation has been by intervals of progress and instances of setbacks.

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“We now have skilled eras of power, unity and religion in addition to seasons of weak spot, trials and despair. Regardless of these challenges, we now have remained as one, and nurtured our democracy to 21 unbroken years.

“I, due to this fact, urge us to make investments that can shore-up the democratic beneficial properties and work in direction of constructing sturdy and virile establishments.

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“We have to harness the greatness that lies inside our range and the power of our inhabitants, to recreate and construct the Nigeria we want. We should de-emphasize our fault traces and focus on the silver lining inside our lands.”

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