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Nigeria to celebrate centenary February, says Jonathan January 1, 2014 • By pmnews

President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday
disclosed that the nationwide ceremonies to
mark the hundred years of the Nigeria's
existence would commence in late February.
The President disclosed this while addressing
the congregation at the Our Lady Queen
Catholic Cathedral, Garki, Abuja, where he
attended the New Year service.
"Today is a special day, very special. 1st
January, 2014, because we have been
informing you that the amalgamation of our
country to what we now call Nigeria happened
on the 1st of January, 1914. Today, modern
Nigeria is one hundred years old.
"The formal ceremony will take place by late
February, and the programme will soon be
advertised for all Nigerians to see and know
the areas they will participate.
"It is a programme for all of us and all the
religious houses will be involved in one form of
prayer or the other. So, today, we are not just
celebrating the New Year but we are also
celebrating a special new year.
Source :pmnews
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Nigeria to celebrate centenary February, says Jonathan January 1, 2014 • By pmnews

President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday
disclosed that the nationwide ceremonies to
mark the hundred years of the Nigeria's
existence would commence in late February.
The President disclosed this while addressing
the congregation at the Our Lady Queen
Catholic Cathedral, Garki, Abuja, where he
attended the New Year service.
"Today is a special day, very special. 1st
January, 2014, because we have been
informing you that the amalgamation of our
country to what we now call Nigeria happened
on the 1st of January, 1914. Today, modern
Nigeria is one hundred years old.
"The formal ceremony will take place by late
February, and the programme will soon be
advertised for all Nigerians to see and know
the areas they will participate.
"It is a programme for all of us and all the
religious houses will be involved in one form of
prayer or the other. So, today, we are not just
celebrating the New Year but we are also
celebrating a special new year.
Source :pmnews
Sent from my blog www.asegbolu.com
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