June 12 Democracy Day: “Get your PVC, elect best candidates to sustain democracy for good governance” Liberty TV Boss urges Nigerians

Pays tribute to founding fathers

In commemoration of this year’s Democracy Day celebration, the Executive Chairman of ATAR Communications Nig Ltd., owners of the No. 1 Arewa News Channels, TV and Radio FM stations, Alh. (Dr) Ahmed Tijjani Ramalan, has tasked citizens to ensure that they get their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) to enable them to exercise their civic rights in voting in and out bad candidates to sustain democracy for good governance in the country.

A statement to Voice of Liberty online yesterday, quotes Dr. Ramalan as describing the day worthy of celebration as it defines the historic journey of Nigeria.

The Founder/Owner of Liberty TV and FM Radio Stations in Abuja, Kaduna and Kano, felicitated with the entire citizens of Nigeria on this year’s Democracy Day celebration, while advising the citizens, especially those who do not have their PVCs, to ensure that they get it, considering its benefits in this present democratic dispensation.

He further said, as part of the Mission and Objectives of Liberty TV and Radio FM stations under his command will provide airtime on a Live and Interactive Programme: ‘Talk to Nigerians’ in major indigenous Nigerian languages to some frontline candidates of political parties towards ensuring that they feel the problems of the grassroots for the much-needed dividends of democracy is provided to the people if they are elected.

He hailed and acknowledged the giant contributions of the nation’s founding fathers, whose efforts he said will never be in vain.

He further called on the citizens to keep the hope alive, support outgoing governments at the Federal and sub-National Levels and leaders at all levels to succeed and continue to pray for the nation to overcome its security economic social, political and other challenges that bedevil it.

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