As Nigeria marks its 63rd independence anniversary, total telecommunications solutions provider, Globacom, has sent its well wishes to Nigerians, while commending their resilience.
The company remarked that despite the difficulties the nation has faced in its journey over the years, Nigerians’ tenacity since independence has kept it moving forward.
In a statement released in Lagos on Saturday, the Globacom noted that “there is cause for Nigerians to celebrate as we have over the decades weathered the storm and made appreciable progress in several areas in our march to development”.
“We believe that a major reason for joy is the resilience of Nigerians to rise through every obstacle and remain one united country bound in freedom, peace and unity. Our diversity has become a strong pillar in keeping us stronger to forge ahead with greater optimism”.
The statement also urged Nigerians to anticipate the coming years with hope as the country works to overcome the obstacles that are also being experienced by other emerging economies.
Globacom pledged to keep providing Nigerians with top-notch telecommunications services to support both individual initiatives and national development.
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