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Democracy Day: Hon Agunbiade Greets Nigerians







The State of Osun Commissioner for Lands and Physical Planning, Hon. Nathaniel Agunbiade, has congratulated Nigerians on the commemoration of this year’s democracy day celebration, expressing optimism that with collective resolve by well-meaning Nigerians, the economic, security and other challenges confronting the nation will be conquer and normalcy restored in the land.

In his goodwill message to Nigerians, that was made available Nationnewslead, on Friday, by his media office, Hon Nathaniel Agunbiade, urged all Nigerians to continue to pursue those ideals and actions that would strengthen rather than undermine Democracy, stressing that Democracy remains the best form of government.
















While congratulating the National and State Assembly, the Speaker House of Representatives, President Muhammad Buhari, the Governor of State of Osun, Gboyega Isiaka Oyetola and indeed all Nigerians of goodwill on the 21 years of undisturbed Democracy in Nigeria, Agunbiade admonish Nigerians to promote peace and unity in the country to forgo discontent among the citizenry.

He narrated the journey as 21 years of challenges and 21 years of hope that the country will get it right someday. He noted that over this period, Nigerians had been able to maintain political stability, as well as, moved a step further towards the strengthening of critical institutions that promote and support democratic governance.

Hon Agunbiade recalled that a number of incidents capable of shorten the current democratic process raised its ugly head but Nigerians stood firm to ensure the survival of democracy. He further urged those in authority to build institutions of governance to sustain the Nigerian Democracy.

The State of Osun Commissioner, venture that the tech cardinal principals of Democracy is transparency and inclusiveness, he also urged those in authority to imbibe the virtue. He reiterated his determination to play his constitutional role for the benefit of his people.













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