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Nigerians Must Not Lose Hope Amidst Hardship – Obaseki

The governor called on the people of the state and Nigerians in general to trust in God, as the country can only get better with belief and hope in the Almighty.

Governor Godwin Obaseki


Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki has urged Nigerians not to lose hope despite the hardships being experienced in the country.

The governor called on the people of the state and Nigerians in general to trust in God, as the country can only get better with belief and hope in the Almighty.

He said this on Sunday during an interdenominational thanksgiving service to mark the Midwest Referendum and 32nd anniversary of Edo State, held at the New Festival Hall, Government House, Benin City, the state capital.

The governor noted that the glory of the new Edo Nation stood on the threshold of transformation in the area of infrastructure, development, innovation, and inclusiveness to build a State where humanity thrives.

He said: “I appreciate all those who have created time to come and worship with us at the 60th Mid-West Referendum and 32nd anniversary of Edo State.

“We are here today to praise and thank God for what He has done for us as a people. Yes, things are difficult, times are hard, and the future looks bleak, but we must thank God, as it can only get better with our belief and hope in him.

“This morning, I am expected to make some declarations upon the State and the glory of the new Edo nation.”

He added: “Today marks a pivotal movement in our journey, a sermon to unite us in our collective efforts; the dawn of this new era has unveiled a horizon of limitless possibilities.

“It is both a responsibility and privilege to grasp this opportunity with unyielding determination.

“As we stand on the threshold of transformation, let us remember the dreams that ignited our hearts and inspiration that propel our endeavour; we are the architect of this emerging glory in our beloved State.”

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