Independence Day: Ebonyi south senatorial aspirant calls for nation-building

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The All Progressives Congress candidate for the Ebonyi South Senate seat, Comrade Marcelo Nwaji Anyigor, has requested a collective prayer for the nation’s leaders for success in their various spheres of authority as they commemorate Nigeria’s 63rd and Ebonyi State’s 27th independence anniversaries, respectively.

Comrade Anyigor remembered that Nigeria, which was founded on October 1, 1960, is now 63 years old and has reached an adult stage when the populace should place a strong focus on their realistic wishes through prayer as well as building reserves and navigations for future economic progress.

The senatorial candidate added that Ebonyi, which celebrated its 27th anniversary of independence on October 1 this year, has made logical progress in its development despite the fact that it is still in its early stages.

He praised President Bola Tinubu for his resolve to alter the negative perceptions of the nation, noting that “Mr. President’s] appeal to Nigerians to exercise patience with his administration due to the hardship arising from the removal of the petroleum subsidy has simplified how he has the citizens in his heart.”

He underlined that the current administration has various plans in place to solve the problems facing the populace, despite the sufferings and other difficulties resulting from insecurity that have been plaguing the country.

He prayed for “the nationhood to improve in love, peace, unity, and progress,” highlighting the necessity for a change in sociopolitical and economic conditions under the current administration in order to positively impact humanity.

Comrade Anyigor praised Chief Francis Nwifuru, the governor of Ebonyi State, for his leadership acumen since taking office and characterized him as an ideal builder and humanitarian leader whose passion for improving the state called for widespread support regardless of different political allegiances and social backgrounds.

He also thanked Ebonyi residents, especially those in the Ebonyi South Senatorial District, whom he hopes to represent in the Red Chambers, and encouraged them to continue to defend democracy by standing up as God’s army.

In several areas of his senatorial district, he lamented incidences of intercommunal fighting, kidnapping, abandonment of federal government projects, uncivil attacks, destruction of treasures, and other problems and blamed the causes on the opposition to democracy.

Comrade Anyigor, who holds the view that all power comes from God, stated that in the modern age, any opposition to democracy, equity, fairness, justice, and above all; the rule of law, would be better described as a defeated enemy.

“This independence anniversary, marking the birthday of Nigeria on 1st October 1960 and Ebonyi State on 1st October 1996, is a thing of honour and joy to be a witness this year. 

“It is a time to pray for our leaders, our dear country and state for optimum performance in the areas of leadership, economic revival, and understanding despite the differences of social, religious and academic backgrounds; but for God’s love and peace to reign among us every day.

“May the Lord through his spirit raise an army from dust and ashes, strengthen us as one people from one state and nation to defeat the battles of economic crisis,  marginalisation in the political landscape, denial to reasonable dividends of democracy.

“The Spirit of God says, according to the Scripture, for my army is about to hit the beaches and shores of every country and nation afar and they shall drive back the army of darkness at the sound of my shofar! For my army will be young and not old, and will save over one billion souls! So, there is nothing the enemy can do to stop God, who gives every power. 

“So, my dear constituents, let’s keep our hope high and positive, as we celebrate this year’s independence anniversary because the liberation time has arrived. I wish greater celebrations to the good people of  Ebonyi State and Nigeria in general. The labour of our heroes past shall not end in vain, Amen,” the Senatorial Aspirant proclaimed.

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