Nigeria At 63: NANS Southwest Zone D Sends Heartfelt Greetings To Resilient Nigerians

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The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Southwest Zone D, extends its heartfelt greetings to the resilient people of Nigeria on this momentous occasion of our nation’s 63rd Independence Day, The Herald reports.

Comrade Alao John, Coordinator of the NANS Southwest, Comrade Sanni Sulaimon Olamide, Secretary General NANS Southwest, and Comrade Bamigboye Peter Oluwadamilola (Dammygold), Public Relations Officer, NANS Southwest in a statement said, “As we celebrate this significant milestone, we do so with a spirit of hope, inspiration, and unwavering determination.

“Nigeria, our beloved nation, has always been a beacon of resilience, diversity, and cultural richness. Despite the challenges we face, we stand together, united in our resolve to overcome every obstacle in our path. The National Association of Nigerian Students, Southwest Zone D, reaffirms its commitment to fostering hope and inspiring positive change among all students.

“In the face of adversity, it is our duty as students and future leaders to champion the values of unity, peace, and progress. We firmly believe that Nigeria’s greatness is not just a possibility but an inevitability. Our diversity is our strength, and our shared dreams are the driving force behind our progress”.

NANS Southwest Zone D reassured every Nigerians that “together, we can surmount any challenge. We are inspired by the tenacity of our fellow citizens, and we stand with you, shoulder to shoulder, in the pursuit of a better tomorrow. Let us transform our challenges into opportunities, our dreams into realities, and our unity into lasting progress.

“We, the undersigned members of NANS Southwest Zone D, remain steadfast in our commitment to the ideals of a united and prosperous Nigeria. With hope in our hearts, inspiration in our actions, and resilience in our spirit, we believe in a future where Nigeria shines brightly on the global stage.

“Our Signature remains God bless Nigeria”.

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