The ANPP calls for the rule of law in its independence day message

As the country celebrates its 52nd Independence anniversary, the All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) has called on all the Federal Government to ensure that no Nigerian is allowed to be above the law.

The party said everyone ?must start practising those values that bring progress to a nation, such as justice, fairness, and the rule of law.?

The National Chairman of the ANPP, Chief Ogbonnaya Onu, made the remarks in his Independence Day Message made available to Daily Times, on Sunday.

?The time has come for all Nigerians to believe in our country and work together as one people for the good of all. No Nigerian should be allowed to be above the law; this is what is needed to build a strong, stable and a united country with confident and happy citizens.

?We in the ANPP believe that with the proper vision, our nation will occupy its rightful place in the comity of nations. Our dear country has a very important role to play in sustaining peace and progress in the world. We are confident that we will achieve it, because our great party believes in the emerging greatness of our dear nation,? he said.

He said Nigeria was born with so much hope and that it was the hope that inspired the great statesmen and women who fought for the independence.

?Our future is great. However, as a nation, we have been passing through so many difficulties. But we have also made a number of achievements. As our dear nation celebrates its 98th year as a country and 52nd year as an independent nation, the All Nigeria Peoples Party [ANPP] wishes all Nigerians a happy Independence Day Celebration,? Onu concluded.

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