Tinubu directs the recitation of the Nationwide Pledge at official engagements

Tinubu directs the recitation of the Nationwide Pledge at official engagements

President Bola Tinubu has directed the obligatory recitation of the Nationwide Pledge after the Nationwide Anthem at each official and public engagement.

Ajuri Ngelale, Presidential Spokesman, mentioned in an announcement on Thursday, that the intention is to make sure absolute respect for the nationwide symbols, strengthen allegiance and constancy to nation, and to protect Nigeria’s ethos and defining character,

The assertion mentioned the President gave the directives on the ground-breaking ceremony of the three,112 housing-unit Renewed Hope Metropolis at Karsana, Abuja, on Thursday.

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Based on him, “the President emphasised the imperativeness of respecting nationwide values, selling the nation’s beliefs, and abiding by its established norms.

“Earlier than I left dwelling this morning, I requested for a printout of the Nationwide Pledge, and we’ve to re-launch it once more at this occasion. The re-launch is about being dedicated to the values, greatness, and hope of our nation. It’s our pledge to Nigeria, our nation, to be devoted, loyal, and trustworthy. To serve Nigeria with all of your energy – we noticed it on the sphere of play yesterday. We had been all rejoicing. Everybody one in all us loves victory. We like to win. When you find yourself constructive and you’re hopeful, Nigeria is profitable.

“We didn’t say it will likely be Eldorado and clean all the way in which. However we’re assured that this nation will excel in all ramifications. We are going to defend our unity and uphold Nigeria’s glory in each method attainable as a result of we’re Nigerians, and we’ve no different nation,” President Tinubu mentioned.

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