October 1: PDP Salutes Nigerians, Calls For Patriotism

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From left: PDP Zone 3 Chairman, Mohammed Osono; Kaduna State PDP Governorship Candidate, Isah Ashiru; Former Kaduna State Governor, Labaran Yero; PDP Chairman in Kaduna State, Philip Hyat; and Former Kaduna State PDP Chairman, Mr Yaro Makama-Rigachikun, during the start of 2019 PDP governorship campaign at Trade Fair Complex in Kaduna on Tuesday (15/1/18). NAN
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Abuja (Sundiata Post) – The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has saluted Nigerians on the occasion of the 59th Independence anniversary of our dear country.

The party commends the citizens for their resilience in standing up for the unity and survival of the nation despite the daunting challenges.

The National Publicity Secretary of the party, Kola Ologbondiyan, who gave the commendation on Monday ahead of Tuesday’s celebration, urged Nigerians to keep hope alive and not surrender to despondency in the face of the excesses, impunity and recklessness of retrogressive forces in high places seeking to undermine our national cohesion, freedom of our citizens as guaranteed by the constitution as well as emasculate the will and aspiration of Nigerians as a people.

The PDP noted that the October 1 date remains an undying signpost of our freedom and unity as a nation. It reminds of the roots of our national cohesiveness; the sacrifices of our heroes and our determination to live harmoniously and succeed as one people, in all spheres of human endeavours; a national distinctiveness for which we are known and respected all over the world.

The party hailed the resilience and industry of Nigerians in various fields within and outside the shores of our country as well as the fortitude displayed by our citizens to remain united despite the odds.

The PDP however noted that it is indeed depressing that after 59 years of independence and efforts by patriotic Nigerians in nurturing democratic practice and tenets, the last four years have experienced a complete retrogression to primordial division, impunity, constitutional and human rights violations, assault on institutions of democracy, disobedience to court orders, electoral malpractices and governance by a cabal.

“In the same vein, in the last four years, our nation has been faced with the challenge of falling from being one of the fastest growing economies and home to world’s happiest people to become world’s poverty capital with a citizenry confronted by misery, insecurity, escalated violence, bloodletting, kidnapping, banditry and worsened insurgency, PDP said.

The Party however expressed optimism that the nation will eventually come out of the woods and urged Nigerians to use the occasion of the independence anniversary to rekindle their commitment towards the unity, stability and development of our fatherland, especially as we collectively await the retrieval of our stolen Presidential mandate at the Supreme Court.

The party urged leaders at all levels to be committed and sacrificial in the discharge of their duties and desist from empty promises, rhetoric and propaganda, as Nigerians look up to them for solutions.

The PDP prayed for the stability of our nation and wishes Nigerians happy independence celebrations.

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