Addressing women from Kokodiagbene community in Gbaramatu kingdom, the Pere of Gbaramatu Kingdom, Oboro Gbaraun the second, commended the women for coming to celebrate the Independence with him noting that, for God to keep the country together in spite of all its challenges is worth celebrating.
The Gbaramatu Monarch highlighted the various roles played by women in the fight for the nation’s independence.
The monarch advised the women to use their position as mothers to promote love and unity in the country.
Oboro Gbaraun the second described the diamond jubilee celebration of the nation as a unique one, expressing confidence that God will turn the tides in favour of the country.
He urged Nigerians to be hopeful, resilience and united, so as to build a stronger Nigeria.
Responding on behalf of the Kokodiagbene Community women, Mrs Loveth Eguare lauded the Pere of Gbaramatu Kingdom for promoting peace and unity in kingdom and with her neighbours.
She noted that, under his reign the kingdom has recorded tremendous progress.
Mrs Eguare appealed that Kokodiagbene community women should be carried along in terms of empowerment and appointment.
The 60th independence anniversary celebration of Nigeria at the Palace was climaxed with the cutting of the Cake.

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