Telecommunications company, Globacom, has felicitated with Nigerians on the country’s 60th Independence Anniversary.
In a press statement released from its corporate head office in Lagos, the company said as the nation celebrates on October 1, compatriots at home and abroad should embrace peace, unity and brotherliness as enshrined in the national anthem while upholding the virtues which the country’s heroes past struggled for, regardless of the challenges currently battling the nation.
“Nigerians as a people should consider the unity of the country as a project that must be upheld by all of us irrespective of our diversities. In the same vein, the continued wellness and security of all compatriots from all tribes and religious divides should be of utmost importance to everyone,” Globacom added.
Globacom noted that Nigerians have reasons to celebrate the country’s continuing status as one cohesive nation bound in freedom, peace and unity for the past 60 years in spite of its various challenges, adding that the nation’s nature as a country of 300 peoples of diverse traditions, cultures, inclinations and beliefs should enrich and unite rather than polarise the nation.
“All Nigerians should emphasise more on the values that unite us and ignore those that put wedges of attrition between us. We must love and respect one another and hold dear the sanctity of life of every Nigerian in all nooks and crannies of the country; we must relegate our tribal and religious differences, and hold dear the harmony, safety and progress of the nation and its peoples,” the company further averred.
Recalling its achievements as second national carrier in Nigeria’s telecommunications market, Globacom seized the opportunity to applaud Nigeria for inspiring it to score its gamut of firsts.”
The network further disclosed that it was exciting that digital telephony has enhanced the life experiences of Nigerians with Globacom pioneering innovative solutions, world class products and services as well as affordable offerings.
Globacom reiterated its support for educational endeavours, culture, entertainment, sports and other worthwhile engagements and wished the country and her peoples more years of enhanced development and growth.
It also promised its subscribers seamless voice, data and Short Messaging Service (SMS) during and after the Independence Day holiday.