Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State has urged Nigerians regardless of their sex, age, or ethnic backgrounds to always be their brother’s keepers.
Mankinde who spoke through the Secretary to the government, Mrs. Olubamiwo Adeosun made the decision during a church on Sunday.
The church was a part of activities marking the 2021 armed forces Remembrance Day Celebration.
Our correspondent reports that the church was held at the Cathedral of St. Peter, Aremo, Ibadan, the capital .
Makinde admonished Nigerians to always remember to return to the help of the families of the fallen heroes and also support efforts to finish insurgency within the country.
The Governor maintained that there’s a requirement to reflect on the safety situation within the country.
“I want to congratulate Nigerian soldiers on the occasion of the 2021 soldiers Remembrance Day celebration in honor of the gallant soldiers, who laid down their lives within the course of their duties to our nation and to the planet generally.
“We mention our fallen heroes for the primary war, Second war, and even the war. I would like us to recollect all our fallen heroes for the various conflicts the country and therefore the world had witnessed.
“Let us all make it some extent of duty to recollect them and their souls shall rest in peace. May God continually provide for his or her families.
“As we celebrate this year, it gives us a chance to reflect on the safety situation in our country.
“I know that it’s convenient for every folk to still point accusing fingers. But my message to all or any folks today is that whatever we will neutralize our various areas of influence, allow us to roll in the hay.
“If you’ve got folks that you would like to question or call up, please call them up. If you’ve got information that will help the govt arrest the safety situation, please speak up.
“If we all speak up in our different areas, also as what the govt is going to be doing, we’ll definitely see a difference in our nation and in our state.”Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State has urged Nigerians regardless of their sex, age, or ethnic backgrounds to always be their brother’s keepers.
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