“WAR IS NOT THE FINAL ANSWER TO THE CHALLENGES FACING NIGERIA” SAID EHILIZ

However Mrs Ehigiamusoe an Africa’s Gospel Music Icon and her guests, with one voice called on Nigerians to decry the art of discrimination in Nigeria; embrace peace and love as we live together in unity just as our National Anthem connotes.

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Mrs Elizabeth Ngozi Ehigiamusoe popular call Ehiliz made this declaration together with the guests at the recording session of her tv talk show “VIVID VIEW with Ehiliz.”

While deliberating on “The relevance of Nigeria National Anthem”. Dr. Jide Johnson, deputy Provost of Nigeria union of Journalism made it clear to the youth audience in the studio that since Nigeria national Anthem was changed in 1970 from “Nigeria we hail thee our own dear native land… And we decided to recite the first stanza of the second edition “Arise, oh compatriots Nigeria’s call obey… We silent over the second stanza “Oh God of creation, direct our Noble cause. Guide our leaders right…” We failed to recognize God by taken away most important prayers this country needs to survive.

The corruption in the nation today probably stem out of negligence to the essence of our national anthem; paraphrased from the contribution made by the provost. However he expressed his dissatisfaction about how most of Nigeria leaders could not recite Nigeria National Anthem.

Alhaja Sekinah Lawal, a reputable journalist, buttressed the point that Nigeria leaders should be more committed to live true to the essence of Nigeria Anthem rather than beating the drum of war. She also admonished the youth never to throw line along the evil ways of those that are discriminating either religion or ethnicity in Nigeria but determine as anindividual to make a significant change in the nation by understanding our national anthem and live up to the standard.

However Mrs Ehigiamusoe an Africa’s Gospel Music Icon and her guests, with one voice called on Nigerians to decry the art of discrimination in Nigeria; embrace peace and love as we live together in unity just as our National Anthem connotes.

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