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 The Vanguard Against Drug Abuse VGADA a Non Governmental Organisation has called on Nigerian youths to be patriotic and keep hope alive through selfless service to the country The President VGADA Dr Hope Omeiza said this in his independence message to Nigerian youths on Saturday in Abuja Omeiza urged the youths to strive hard and make meaningful contributions to the development of society and the world at large He cautioned them against illegal migration drug abuse cyber crime and other social vices that would dent the nation s image He added that education was important in nation building and should not be compromised by any means Omeiza identified bad governance and lack of patriotism as factors hindering the growth and development of the country He charged Nigerians to take responsibility for the development of the country saying that achieving a great nation should be through collective efforts According to him the future of Nigeria and its people can only be guaranteed through deliberate participation of individuals and corporate bodies Nigeria is 62 today I urge the Nigerian Youths to see themselves as a major part of government by paying attention to what happens around them and contribute to development in their communities We must all be willing to focus on the days of little beginning and work towards the elevation of the country for development he said The VGADA president charged leaders to imbibe the spirit of patriotism dedication and selfless service to make Nigeria great and the true giant of Africa Africa and the rest of the world will not respect Nigeria and Nigerians until its people begin to do things the right way by being patriotic Our leaders should also refrain from divisive campaigns so that the country can earn respect from the rest of the world as election is fast approaching he said The VGADA presideng called on other NGOs Civil Society Organisations and spirited individual across the country to collaborate with President Muhammadu Buhari to actualise his dreams of making Nigeria great NewsSourceCredit NAN
Independence Day: NGO expresses hope for Nigeria at 62

Vanguard Against Drug Abuse

The Vanguard Against Drug Abuse (VGADA), a Non Governmental Organisation, has called on Nigerian youths to be patriotic and keep hope alive through selfless service to the country.

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Hope Omeiza

The President, VGADA, Dr Hope Omeiza said this in his independence message to Nigerian youths, on Saturday in Abuja.

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Omeiza urged the youths to strive hard and make meaningful contributions to the development of society and the world at large.

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He cautioned them against illegal migration, drug abuse, cyber crime and other social vices that would dent the nation’s image.

He added that education was important in nation building and should not be compromised by any means.

Omeiza identified bad governance and lack of patriotism as factors hindering the growth and development of the country.

He charged Nigerians to take responsibility for the development of the country, saying that achieving a great nation should be through collective efforts.

According to him, the future of Nigeria and its people can only be guaranteed through deliberate participation of individuals and corporate bodies.

Nigerian Youths

“Nigeria is 62 today.

I urge the Nigerian Youths to see themselves as a major part of government by paying attention to what happens around them and contribute to development in their communities.

“We must all be willing to focus on the days of little beginning and work towards the elevation of the country for development,” he said.

The VGADA president charged leaders to imbibe the spirit of patriotism, dedication and selfless service to make Nigeria great and the true giant of Africa.

Nigeria and Nigerians

“Africa and the rest of the world will not respect Nigeria and Nigerians until its people begin to do things the right way by being patriotic.

“Our leaders should also refrain from divisive campaigns so that the country can earn respect from the rest of the world, as election is fast approaching,” he said.

Civil Society Organisations

The VGADA presideng called on other NGOs, Civil Society Organisations and spirited individual across the country to collaborate with President Muhammadu Buhari to actualise his dreams of making Nigeria great.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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