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Governor of Imo State Hopeful of a Better Nigeria Despite Many Challenges at 62.

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The Governor of Imo State Hope Uzodimma says Nigeria still has hope despite the country’s basket-full challenges at 62, charging Nigerians to stand up to tackle the challenges retarding the progress of the nation.

Uzodimma who spoke yesterday at the Maria Assumpta Catholic Cathedral Owerri during a church service to mark the 62nd independence anniversary of Nigeria advised Nigerians to learn to separate the meaning of collective interest as against individual or personal interest, noting that what defines a Nation is collective interest.

He explained that all nations have their peculiar challenges, but patience is needed to study how countries overcame such challenges and deplore proactive approaches to confronting the current challenges.

The Governor regretted that the attitude of Nigerians has always been to complain and lament about problems, identifying where things are not going well, but not doing much in planning how things can go well.

In his homily, Archbishop Ugorji thanked God for the numerous blessings he endowed Nigeria with as a nation as well as so many talents and human endowments given to her leaders, indicating that there is still hope for the country.

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