Remembrance Day: Secondus salutes Nigeria fallen heroes.

Remembrance Day: Secondus salutes Nigeria fallen heroes.

…….Charges APC FG to eschew hate attitudes 

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP Prince Uche Secondus salutes the nation’s armed forces and praises the sacrifice of our fallen heroes.

Prince Secondus said in a statement to mark the armed forces Remembrance Day released in Abuja on Sunday that Nigeria is standing as one country today due largely to the contributions of the armed forces to keep it United.

The PDP boss noted the gallantry of Nigeria troops in containing the Boko haram insurgency and the supreme sacrifice paid by federal troops and urged them to remain focused to the cause of a United Nigeria.

“You must remain committed to your profession and to the development of the country’s armed forces in particular and the country in general” Secondus charged the military

He admonished  the rest of the citizens especially political leaders to appreciate the huge contributions of our soldiers especially those who paid the supreme sacrifice by being more patriotic and accommodating.

Finally, the PDP leader appealed to the APC led federal government  to eschew hate and bigotry in their utterances. 

“Our security agencies must be more civil in carrying out their obligations and know that their responsibility is to the country and its citizens and not to only government in power”


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