Globacom lauds Nigerians on Freedom Day

Nigerian indepenceFrom AUGUSTINE OSAYANDE in Abuja, Nigeria

ABUJA, (CAJ News) – LOCAL telecommunications company, Globacom, has congratulated Nigerians on the country’s 55th Independence Day celebrations.

The company commended Nigerians for their resilience, patriotism, industry and enterprise over the years.

It urged the citizens to continue to support all developmental efforts aimed at revamping the economy and building an equitable nation.

“Currently, Nigeria is set to regain her leadership position in the comity of nations with the fresh wind of democratic change blowing across the country,” the company said.

“It is hoped that the country’s vast resources would be judiciously harnessed for rapid industrialization and growth propelled by good governance,” the firm added.

Globacom also praised Nigerians for successfully nurturing democracy without fail in the last 16 years.

“The seamless transition of power from one party to another at the centre marked the coming of age of democracy in the country.”

It therefore urged all Nigerians to continue to nurture democracy with prayers, commitment, hardwork and vigilance.

“People remain the country’s greatest assets. There is no area of human endeavour that you will not get an outstanding Nigerian making wave globally.”

The telecommunications giant also encouraged the youth to shun vices and imbibe good neighbourliness.

It promised to always support Nigerians and Nigeria’s march to development through continuous provision of quality telecommunication products and services at affordable rates.

– CAJ News

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