Good evening, esteemed crows of Okene. I stand before you today, not within the walls of the palace, but outside its gates. I have been denied access, but that will not deter me from addressing you, the people I serve.
The sight before me is awe-inspiring. The sheer number of people gathered here is a testament to the power of unity and the strength of our voices. It is overwhelming, and it is intimidating, but it is also a reminder that we are not alone in our fight for justice and progress.
I am Senator Natasha Akpoti Uduaghan, and I have dedicated my life to serving the people of Okene,Kogi cebtral and the entire Kogi state, I have fought tirelessly for the rights and well-being of our community, and I will continue to do so, regardless of the obstacles placed in my path.
The denial of access to the palace is not just a personal affront, but a symbol of the larger challenges we face. It is a reflection of a system that seeks to silence those who dare to speak up, who dare to challenge the status quo.
But let me make one thing clear: we will not be silenced. We will not be intimidated. We will continue to raise our voices and demand accountability from those in power. We will fight for justice, equality, and progress.
I stand before you today, not as a senator, but as a fellow citizen. I stand with you, shoulder to shoulder, as we strive for a better future for Okene. Together, we can overcome any obstacle, break down any barrier, and build a community that we can all be proud of.
So, let us march forward, united in our purpose, and unwavering in our determination. Let us show the world that the power of the people cannot be denied. Together, we will create a brighter tomorrow for Okene.
Thank you, my fellow crows, for your unwavering support.