“I look forward to the day when Nigeria and Africa become places where hard work and merit are rewarded” – Nigerian-born Canadian Minister of Justice, Kaycee Madu

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Nigerian-born Canadian Minister of Justice, Kaycee Madu and Solicitor General of Alberta, has expressed gratitude to Nigerians for their goodwill messages after his appointment.

In a tweet he shared via his twitter handle, Madu made it known that he looks forward to the day when Nigeria and Africa as a whole becomes a place where merit and hard work are rewarded

He wrote:
“Thank you for all the support and prayers coming from Nigeria and Nigerians in the Diaspora. I look forward to the day when Nigeria and Africa become places where hard work and merit are rewarded. Chukwu Gozie! #ableg #cdnpoli”

9 Comments

  1. Chukwu goziekwa gi my brother
    All of us look forward too to the day Nigeria our dear country will become a place where hard work and merit are rewarded
    Which day will be that day that this will start happening, only God can say
    Africa should emulate other nations of the world and start living their lives as good as them
    All these negative systems of life being practiced here should stop
    Congratulations once again our dear brother Kaycee Madu
    You are a good ambassador of Africa, Nigeria and more especially the Igbo tribe

  2. That’s a great message to our leaders in this country “rewarding hardworking” it’s a very bit difficult because our leaders doesn’t value hardworking and even on their own self they didn’t get to where they are with hardworking but on whom you know and recommendation. I pray so.

  3. This might be a little bit difficult because most of the politicians and leaders of this country do not want truth to prevail in their dealings, most of them are corrupt elements and they do not want to hear the truth. If we look at the situations in Nigeria only hardworking people eat or earn less while those with or without certificate eat or earn more. May Almighty God God come to our rescue. One day I know that Nigeria will be great.

  4. am happy for this man is not easy because of were he is coming from nobody believe that Nigeria can produce a minister out they congratulations man

  5. Corrupt Elements And They Do Not Want To Hear The Truth. If We Look At The Situations In Nigeria Only Hardworking People Eat Or Earn Less While Those With Or Without Certificate Eat Or Earn More. May Almighty God God Come To Our Rescue. One Day I Know That Nigeria Will Be Great.

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