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Nigeria At 61: Lady Shares Heartbreaking Photos

Nigeria At 61: Lady Shares Heartbreaking Photos


A Nigerian lady, identified as Ella Ada has taken to social media to share heartbreaking photos as Nigeria celebrates her 61st Independence anniversary.

Sharing the photos, Ella questioned the essence of the celebration since the country is been ravaged by hunger, insecurity, and poverty.

According to her, the people of Nigeria need good roads, food on their tables, quality education and equal human rights.

Read her post below;

“happy 61st independent anniversary*

“What are we celebrating? Are we celebrating Good Road or We are celebrating hunger?. You tell us, We are the giant of Africa. But We Citizens are dying of hunger. The Corpers have no Job after serving Nigeria. We need a Country where everyone will have equal rights.

“We Really need a Good Nigeria, where everyone will have Good hospitality, Quality Education, Human Rights, Free Employment.

SAY NO TO KILLING OF NIGERIANS”

See photos shared by Ella below;

 

 

Naija News reports that Nigeria’s Independence Day is celebrated every October 1st to mark our independence from colonial rule under the British government.

Meanwhile, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has accused the All Progressives Congress (APC) government of making life difficult for Nigerians in the past six years.

The PDP National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, made the accusation while addressing newsmen at the party’s national headquarters on Thursday.

He described the six years of President Buhari administration as the worst in Nigeria’s history as an independent, sovereign state.

Ologbondiyan asked Nigerians not to despair in the midst of economic woes, impunity, nepotism, treasury looting, harsh economic policies and accommodation of terrorism which characterized the Buhari government.

Source: Naija News






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