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  • Those thinking Nigeria will divide, will be disappointed – Okorocha
  • Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state, Sunday,
    lambasted those clamouring for the division of
    Nigeria, saying “They will be disappointed.”
    The governor stated this in his goodwill
    message to Musilims celebrating Eid–El–Kabir,
    in a release issued to newsmen in Owerri, by his
    Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Sam Onwuemeodo.
    According to Okorocha, for Nigeria to be great it
    has to pass through “certain challenges.”
    He also said he was optimistic that after the
    troubles that the country would come out
    “stronger and more united.”
    As captured by the release, “As Muslims in the
    country and in Imo state, in particular join their
    Muslim brothers and Sisters all over the World
    to Celebrate Eid – El – Kabir.
    “The Imo State Governor, Owelle Rochas
    Okorocha, has called for serious prayers for the
    oneness and progress of the nation, than they
    had done in the Past.
    “What we need now are prayers for the leaders
    and for genuine love among Nigerians
    irrespective of their tribes and religion, with
    honest prayers, the nation would come out
    stronger and more United from its current
    challenges.
    “No nation had achieved greatness and
    prosperity without going through certain
    challenges in the process and concluded that
    Nigeria’s case would not be different.
    “Those expecting that the country will divide will
    be disappointed and Nigerians should begin to
    see light at the end of the tunnel for the nation’s
    economic and political growth.
    “This is not the right time for hate speeches or
    to apportion blame for any reason against one
    another, but time for tolerance and
    understanding among Nigerians.
    “We pray for President Mohammadu Buhari and
    all the Muslims in the country a memorable Eid-
    El-Kabir.”

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