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How Will You "celebrate" October 1st?

Fellow Nigerians.

Another October 1st, Another Year and another day To remind ourselves that  Nigeria is a Country and ehmm a Republic.

October 1st is the day Nigeria got her Independence from the British Colonial Masters (Some Nigerians would dearly want to come back and still run to for many things).

Nigeria would be how old? 49? right. Well do you think this saying "A fool at 40 is a fool forever" is really true? If you said Yes, then Nigeria is 49 and that makes Her a.----- and Nigerians a.------ Your Guess is as Good as Mine.

So how would you Celebrate October 1st this Year?

Will you even celebrate at all?

Is there any cause for Celebration?

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Well,there's nothing to celebrate except failure. However,there's always a holiday on october 1. I'll just celebrate Guinness's 250 years with one big stout and some hot plate of pepper soup.

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spend in sober reflections

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kobo hasn't been to mrbiggs?

woah

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Never been to Mr Bigss either!

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I don’t think there is anything to celebrate about Nigeria, 49 years of taking one step forward and 2 steps backward. However, October 1st is my birthday so I have a good reason to celebrate on that day. Good food and drinks and nice outing with the kids, you are not invited, it is strictly a family affair.

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Every nigerian either @ home or abroad has definitely been to Mr Bigg's. I guess u must be an exception to the rule.

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never been to a fast food when i was in naija.

left pretty young

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U are duly Invited in that case.

Don't forget your food pants BTW cuz u go eat die i tell ya.

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Sure why not?  I know how to cook some delicious naija delicacy.

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I go dey house dey eat Fried rice,jollof rice,salad,moi moi,turkey,chicken,fish and pepper soup. I go den use 3 bottles of Malta guiness cool am down.

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Thought there was suppose to be a peaceful protest against erratic power supply on that day?

Or, have Nigerians youths chickened out as usual?

Bloody cowards!

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49 years?? It feels like yesterday when the independence took place. Anyway, I'll celebrate by cooking some good Nigerian dishes, invite friends and family and be merry. We need more excuses to be happy; the world is so dreary these days and full of hate. Next year tho', Ovation must carry my Independence owambe par'ry. lol

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you must think you sound very intelligent.

Unfortunately, you're a nitwit.

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