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Today we mark the 54th independence of our nation ''NIGERIA'' as we all come together to honour this season our fathers fought for us to see hoping for a beter future for their generations born and unborn, for it has been quite a journey so far for our nation and a race which is yet to reach its destination.

In the begining of our era our fathers fought for our freedom hoping for a future in their motherland, as a nation we believe to be one despite our difference in culture, tradiction, religion and tribe.

We have faced so many challenges & governship tracing from the colonial period to October Ist 1960 when we gained our freedom and having our first Indigenous President Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe refer to as ZIK of Africa & Tafawa Belewa as the firstprime minister, truely we were free but not indeed free because we colonised ourselves in a form of dictatorship recognition having the first Head of State Aguyi Ironsi then followed by Yakubu Gowon, Muritala Mohammed, Olusegun Obasanjo and later the nation was back to his formal platform as Shehu Shagari emerged as the first Executive President but was later abolished returning to the path of dictatorship bringing in recognition of Mohammed Buhari, Ibrahim Babaginda, interim President ''Ernest Shoneka'',Sani Abacha and Abdusalam Abubakar.
In the Glory of God our motherland was deliberately handed over to be rulled in absolute freedom so as to be a nation of the people for the people & by the people bringing in the second recognise executive president Olusegun Obasanjo who then hand over to late Musa Yar-adua but never lived to rule completely & was succeeded by Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan completing the tenure and was relected as the present president of our nation as we celebrates in the executive platform of our freedom remembering the past era of Nigeria.

However as a nation in unity we are battling so many challenges but never split for that is symbol of our good fight and now @54 what next?

Everyday is a freedom for Nigeria.

'God bless Nigeria'

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