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2020 Armed Forces Remembrance Day:The Only Way to Appreciate Fallen Heroes is For Nigerians to Remain United, Says Oyetola

By Deborah Oladejo, Osogbo
Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola has said the only way Nigerians could appreciate the sacrifices of the fallen heroes and veterans was for all to remain united in love and peace.
Oyetola, who spoke at the Armed Forces Remembrance Day celebration in Osogbo, on Wednesday, shortly after the symbolic wreath-laying, maintained that Nigerians should remain committed to a united Nigeria.
The governor noted that the commitment of the country’s armed forces to the security and safety of the nation gives the confidence that one and indivisible Nigeria is possible and non-negotiable.
He urged all Nigerians to remain united and face the future with faith and hope by working for the peace of the nation to achieve the desired progress and development.
”Let us all continue to scale up intervention in loving memory of our fallen compatriots and in the service of our veterans.
“I commend the Armed Forces for strategising day and night to fight insurgency and terrorism and keep the nation safe,” he stated.
Oyetola also explained that his administration has been supportive of the veterans and the families of the fallen heroes through the implementation of improved welfare policies and programmes.
His words: ”We all have a responsibility as a nation and as a people to continue to take care of the legionnaires and the families of the fallen heroes. Taking care of their welfare is the measure of our compassion and the volume and quality of our appreciation as beneficiaries of their sacrifices.
”These acts of reciprocation and compassion are encouragement and motivation for our gallant soldiers who are currently fighting insurgency, and are equally involved in peace support and internal security operations across the world.
”Each year since we came into power, we have rallied round our fallen heroes and provided for their needs. Our policies and programmes have been directed at them and the people through adequate, equitable and qualitative service delivery,” the governor added.

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