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  • Updated: October 01, 2022

Nigeria At 62: Niger Governor Advocates For Attitudinal Change

Nigeria At 62: Niger Governor Advocates For Attitudinal Chan

Abubakar Sani Bello

The Governor of Niger State, Abubakar Sani- Bello, has charged Nigerians on attitudinal change for a better and prosperous nation, noting that corruption is one of the contributory factors to the woes of the country.

Sani Bello urged Nigerians to reflect on the growth and development of the Nation in the past 62 years.

He stated this at Nigeria's 62nd Independence Day Celebration held at the Bako Kontagora Memorial Stadium, Minna.

He recalled how the country had been peaceful with good schools, hospitals and other infrastructure.

"For those of us that experienced the past decades, we can easily tell you that we had a very safe environment then, traveled at any time, had good hospitals, good schools, the practice and habits of going to school abroad or going to the hospital abroad started not many years back.

"It is my sincere hope that we will get back to those good old days where we will have confidence in our school system, we are very confident in our health care system.

"Generally as Nigerians, we must change our attitude and this time around I am not talking about government. 

"It is a collective responsibility to train our children, take very good care of them, maintain our family values, instill the necessary discipline that will impact and prepare them towards leadership as they grow." he advised.

The highlight of the occasion was the inspection of guards of honour, review of parade and  parade by the Nigeria Police Force, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, National Youth Service Corps, Civil Society, students and pupils from Private and public schools.



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