Independence Day: Hon Gadaff celebrates Nigeria, salutes great lives for their sacrifice

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In the spirit of Nigeria independence day celebration known to be celebrated every 1st of October. An article by Hon. Sulaimon Lekan Gadaff surface online, where he talked about Nigeria and her independence.

“Nigeria became a British protectorate in 1901. The period of British rule lasted until 1960, when an independence movement led to the country being granted independence. Nigeria first became a republic in 1963, but succumbed to military rule three years later, after a bloody coup”, the article reads.

“However, let’s us rejoice in happiness and indulge in celebration, saluting those who made it practically possible, those Who made Nigeria stand high and mighty, those who sacrifice their interest for the interest of our dear nation, Nigeria.

Let’s us make them our inspiration. Their collective struggle for our freedom.

Nigeria is navigating towards celebrating a great pride of being part of a nation that is gradually progressing.

Though, there are still more to be done.

Also, our free life today is the result of years of struggle and sacrifice of few people who were refer to as heroes and heroines.

Big Salute to those great lives for their inestimable sacrifice.

Let us pay homage to all the brave hearts. Who gave their lives for the next generation. We are proud to be Nigerians. We are proud to be a part of our glorious nation. And we hoist the green flag high. ending you warm wishes.

Moreover, as Nigeria completes another glorious year of her Independence. Here’s wishing you a Happy Independence Day

To all proud Nigerians, let’s us remember and honor the patriotism of the people who sacrificed their lives to free Nigeria, may the pride and glory of being Nigerian remain in your heart forever.

On this day, we remember all the grief and suffering that Nigerians had to endure to achieve the long-awaited freedom, independence, and sovereignty of our country.

Most importantly, I congratulate all the inhabitants of this beautiful country – Nigeria. May joy, love, smile, luck, and peace continue to thrive in our homeland”.

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