Kogi State Governor Alhaji Yahaya Bello pays tribute to fallen heroes during the Army Memorial Day celebration in Lokoja, the state capital, on Saturday.
Speaking to reporters after the event, Bello prays for fallen heroes emphasizing that fallen soldiers made a sacrifice to protect our homeland.
“My advice to young people is to ensure that they continue to serve this nation. You can serve this nation by being of service to yourself and to society, to the community and to the country.
He urged all young Nigerians to rejoice in serving this nation adding that they need not be in uniform and also urged all young Nigerians to continue to live in peace and support the government and the people. leaders.
He also urged people to pray for our fallen heroes, remember their families and cooperate with all law enforcement agencies so that we can have a greater Nigeria.
“Nigeria is the best country in the world and we can improve it if we cooperate with the authorities. it is often said that young people are the leaders of tomorrow. Let’s continue to behave in a way that will make the Nation greater.
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