Making Nigeria great a collective responsibility – Ex-ALGON chair, Abass Aleshinloye tells Nigerian People
A Ex-Chairman of Association of Local Government of Nigeria (ALGON) in Oyo State, Prince Ayodeji Abass-Aleshinloye, has said that the task of making Nigeria great is a collective responsibility of all and sundry.
He explained that the three arms of government, legislative, executive and judiciary, and the citizens have responsibilities to move the country forward.
He made these disclosures on Saturday.
The Accord candidate in the Oluyole federal constituency in the House of Representatives in the forthcoming general elections said that the independence anniversary should be another opportunity for Nigerian People to rededicate themselves.
Abass-Aleshinloye, said, "In the face of our challenges, there are still things to be thankful for as a nation. It is better to use this occasion to focus on the things that unite us, while moving away from issues that drag us backward in our quest to be a progressive nation.
"We are a nation blessed with diversity and a young population. Harnessing them with a thriving private sector will set us on a path of prosperity and provide the right environment for more investments.
"The task of making Nigeria great is a collective responsibility by all Nigerian People. Various arms of government have their responsibilities, while as citizens, we have ours”.
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