CCSIat10: Celebrating Nigeria’s 58th Independence

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The Centre for Communication and Social Impact (CCSI) joins the Federal Government as well as all Nigerian citizens home and abroad to celebrate the 58th Independence of our beloved Country, Nigeria.

The journey has been like one on a roller coaster towards achieving a socially responsible society where life expectancy is impressive, infrastructure is improved and strengthened, and education, as well as health, is prioritised by public and private sectors.

CCSI uses this event of Nigeria’s independence to commend all our partners and funders for the unwavering support and collaboration aimed at ensuring that human capital is improved across the country and there is a positive behavioural change towards nation building.

Considering the many circumstances surrounding the country especially in the year preceding election, to say it is impossible is false, however, it is possible that Nigeria rises in glory to her position of African Giant, through which the world will be proud of Africa. Together we can make it happen.

Below is a documentary of how CCSI has been contributing to this clarion call of building a better Nigeria.

Happy Independence Day!


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