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Acting President Yemi Os­inbajo has announced that Nigeria can't bear the cost of any type of deterioration since "we are more grounded as one than a di­vided substance."

He said that the differing qualities of Nigeria was among the rea­sons for being regarded by oth­er nations

Osinbajo expressed this on Thurs­day when he started a two-day offi­cial visit to Cross River State.

At the castle of the Obong of Calabar, Edidem Ekpo Okon Abasi Otu V, the Acting President engaged Nigerians to work for a unified than a separated country.

He told the ruler that "Cross River State is so much a captivating some portion of Nigeria and each part needs the other. We are more prominent together than separated. At the point when individuals talk about Nigeria, it is a direct result of its differing qualities. Solidarity is completely imperative since God needs us to be joined together."

The Federal Government, he stated, had made intense moves to ac­commodate each Nigerian, add­ing that President Muhammadu Buhari would keep on working for the improvement of all sec­tions of the nation.

Osinbajo guaranteed that the administration would bolster all individuals arranged activities in Cross River.

He called for peace and solidarity among the general population of the state so that significant improvement can happen and announced that all aspects of Nigeria was vital to the Federal Government.

Osinbajo, who played out the historic of the Ayade In­dustrial Park which includes the advanced piece of clothing manufacturing plant, Ca­lapharm (a pharmaceutical com­pany) and Rice City, poultry cultivate among others, said that the indus­trial stop would be a noteworthy indus­trial center point in Africa when complet­ed.

"I am, in this manner, respected to play out the pivotal function of this honorable activity. I recognize the senator for this incredible perfect," he said.

Reacting, the Obong of Calabar argued that the tradi­tional organization be given consti­tutional parts.

The ruler communicated grat­itude to the Acting President for the visit. He mourned the loss of 76 oil wells and Bakassiland to Cameroun and the results and engaged the administration to help infrastructural develop­ment in the state.

As sign of respect for the vis­it, the Obong presented the tradi­tional title of "Ada Idaha ke Efik" on Osinbajo.

The senator, Prof. Ben Ayade, offered thanks to him for the visit to the state.

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