Ambassador Oloye Oyeyemisola Hails Nigerians At 62nd Anniversary Independence Day Celebration


The outgoing President of Greater Accra Yoruba Community Ghana, Amb. Oloye Oyeyemisola Fatuyi FIIM, on behalf of his community members and executives, has congratulated Nigerians on the celebration of the country’s 62nd Independence Day anniversary.


He said this in a statement issued on October 1 2022 and signed by Oloye Oyeyemisola, to the in Accra to celebrate the 2022 Independence anniversary.

The outgoing President of Greater Accra Yoruba Community Ghana said that the celebration of Nigeria’s Independence Day is an event that should reawaken citizens’ consciousness towards the consolidation of unity amongst the diverse people of the country.

Oloye Oyeyemisola stated that Nigerians had come a long way after independence 62 years ago, passing through different phases of challenges.

“We might not be where we should be, but I am grateful for every good Nigerian and to God that we are not where we used to be”. He added.

Touching on the upcoming general election, he urged Nigerians not to allow money to be the determinant factor in the choice of Presidential candidate in the 2023 elections stressing that Nigerians need to vote for credibility to salvage the nation.

“As the general election is coming closer, I urge Nigerians to go all out and vote wisely for the candidate that will better their lives and deliver to them a peaceful and working nation”.

”I encourage you to do the right thing, get things straight. Choose the right Presidential candidate. Don’t do the wrong thing for material and monetary value.
My plea is that we must do the right thing. Vote wisely, vote for the right people. Vote without sentiments”. He stated.

Oloye Oyeyemisola, therefore, called on Nigerian citizens both in Nigeria and abroad to be law-abiding and always work hard to achieve a brighter future.

“Nigeria depends on me, let’s all be good ambassadors of our family, our ethics, and Nigeria wherever we found ourselves”. The statement concluded.

By: Paul Mamattah


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