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The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in-waiting, Apostle Sunday Chukwu Eguzolugo, Vice President, Imam Aliyu Salihu, Mother of Nations, Dr. Sarah N. Jibril, Father of the Nation, Dr. Chukwuemeka Ezeife, Members of National 12 Pillars Council of Custodians, National Executive Committee, Members of our Armed Forces and Veterans, Distinguished Members of our Party, Ladies and Gentlemen,

Our hearts and prayers are with you today as we pay our respects, as NIGERIANS, to those who gave their lives for us all.

There, at the Three Armed Zone Abuja, the deafening sounds of combat have given way to the silence of peace and tranquility that defines our territorial integrity. The chaos and confusion of civil war and other battles to maintain our unity has yielded to the peace we currently enjoy. Nigerians who sacrificed their lives, men who battled their own brothers in Civil War, fought for international peace in near and far away nations, men and women who redefine heroism for a new generation; and their families, are asking of us today only one thing in return: that we remember them.

Those gallant soldiers who rest in cemeteries not only here in Abuja, but at veterans’ cemeteries across our country and around the world, and all who still remain missing – they didn’t speak the loudest about their patriotism. They let their actions do that. As JMPP prepares to take over leadership at all levels of governance in our year of *TRIUMPHANT ENTHRONEMENT OF SAINTS IN DOMINION OVER NATIONS*, we must think about them every time to ensure that the welfare of our military and paramilitary forces are second to none in the world.

For truly remembering, and truly honoring these fallen Nigerians means being there for their parents, and their spouses, and their children – like *Hon. Abanka J. I. Musa, our Senatorial Member from Kebbi State. Your moms and dads would be so proud of you. And we are, too.*

Not everyone will serve. Not everyone will visit the national cemetery. But we remember our best in every corner of our country from which they came. We remember them by teaching our children at schools with fallen heroes’ names, like Muritala Mohammed. Or being good neighbors in communities named after great generals, like *Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, Olusegun Obasanjo, David Ejor, Muhammadu Buhari* even though they are still alive.

Since we gathered in Abuja on 12th December 2018 for the administration of the deadly covenant of Twelve Pillars of Oath of integrity that kills if violated by the 12th hour of the day as divinely instructed; it is good to note that INEC record shows that 689 JMPP candidates for various posts ranging from the President down to Councillors, have laid down their lives as collateral for the rescue of our great nation NIGERIA, to produce a NEW NATION”*, totally and completely free of corruption. *We were a dying nation, then God sent the blueprints of a new theocratic constitution a new currency and the masterplan of superstructure infrastructures through His annointed servant, Apostle Sunday Chukwu Eguzolugo to rebuild our new nation PISONIA into the most united, harmonious, peaceful and properous nation on earth within the next 36 years! The result of 2020 elections have been declared in your favour by the fingers of Almighty God, the owner and founder of our party.

Meanwhile, we are so proud of you all. We are so grateful for your sacrifice. May God bless our fallen heroes and their families. And may He forever bless our great nation NIGERIA. CONGRATULATIONS!


Dr. Olusegun Ijagbemi
National Chairman
Justice Must Prevail Party

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