The Federal Government says Nigeria’s purpose to stay as one inseparable element is unflinching, regardless of the different difficulties confronting the country.
Priest of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, expressed this on Monday in Abuja at the launch of the ‘Nigeria at 60 Photo Exhibition’ with the subject “60 Years of Our Togetherness.”
“Like different nations on the planet, it’s obviously true that Nigeria, throughout the long term, has gone through testing times, however we should not miss the way that its determination to stay as one indissoluble element has stayed unshaken,” he said.
“The topic of the photograph presentation has been painstakingly framed to ponder the solidarity of this extraordinary country in the beyond 60 years, regardless of its different societies, customs, practices, dialects, and difficulties.”
Mohammed uncovered that the service was utilizing the chance given by the Independence Anniversary festivity to put together a photograph display that would convey data and instruct Nigerians, particularly the young who required a re-arousing journey into the chronicled and exceptional legacy of the nation and the insider facts behind its solidarity in variety.
“For the individuals who didn’t observer Nigeria’s Independence in 1960, especially the understudies, they can essentially take a gander at the photographs of pre-autonomous Nigeria, the autonomy appropriate, post-freedom period, pioneers who battled for our freedom; and have a thought of the battle for independence from expansionism and a psychological image of how the circumstance was then, at that point, which gives trust that whatever challenges we might be confronting even right now, we will overcome them and have a solid, joined together, quiet and prosperous country,” he said.
As indicated by the pastor, the display catches sixty years of Nigeria’s freedom, impressions of Nigeria’s political chiefs, and 60 years of the work of the legends past in guaranteeing the nation’s solidarity and harmony.
He clarified that the show was to recount to Nigeria’s 60-year story in pictorial structure, conveying a visual show of the country’s symbols, programs for public joining, for example, the National Youth Service Corps program, photographs of between ancestral relationships, production of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja; famous specialists – both old and new, just as the aggregate accomplishments in the space of sports which he said has been a solid and binding together power for the country.
Mohammed said the show likewise caught old and present day design/clothing types/hairdos, Nigerian food, vacation destinations, celebrations, just as Nigerians in Diaspora and their accomplishments.
The show, which is relied upon to run for three days at the National Press Center in Abuja, was proclaimed open by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr Boss Mustapha.