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Crisis Centre upbeat on Independence Day

01 October 2015, 08:49Emeka Okonkwo

Abuja - The Centre for Crisis Communication has expressed belief the country will overcome the numerous challenges it faces.

Air Commodore Yusuf Anas (Rtd), CCC Executive Secretary, expressed confidence ahead of Independence Day.

"As Nigeria celebrates her 55th Independence, it is CCC’s sincere belief that Nigeria as a kaleidoscope and with a  pragmatic and purposeful leadership will certainly overcome all daunting challenges and will be galvanized into a more united, tranquil and prosperous nation," he said.

Anas mentioned the problems to include the Boko Haram terror, kidnappings and corruption.

Also Read: Umana congratulates Buhari and others as Nigeria reaches 55

He felicitated with Nigerians on the auspicious occasion of the celebration of its Independence Anniversary.

Anas said the centre believed that in spite of the country’s checkered history of conflicts, crisis situations and violence there were some breakthroughs to celebrate.

"We do have reasons to celebrate Nigeria’s modest accomplishments and determination to remain a peaceful, progressive and united indivisible nation," said Anas.

The CCC provides coordinated platforms for early warning alerts on crisis, timely response to crisis situation and sensitization campaigns on crisis prevention, mitigation and management.


- CAJ News


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