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Nigeria!s 48th Independence Do We Have A Course To Celebrate?

A few days from today, nigeria will be 48 years post independence. With the pligth faced by the common man and the fedral government still strogling to put essential infractructure like good roads, portable water, electricity, education for all, health care insurance, etc. Do we really have anything to celebrate? If a man at 48 is not able to meet up with any of the above domestic need in his home what do the society call him? a full at 40s or-----. COMENTS PLS.

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yeah we should celebrate because

1)we are not at war like some other African countries

2)our economy is not in shambles like Zimbabwe

3)There is a general gradual but progressive change(telecoms,investment,banking,entertainment and many more)

4) there is an increase in awareness that we need a change and got to move forward.

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if Nigeria is agbaya, crawling, sleepy, foolish, - then I wonder what all of you are then,

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the day is to commemorate independence and not the current government. i don't see why the current state of nigeria minimizes what the likes of herbert macaulay fought for.

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We can celebrate the sluggish government of the current administration LoL

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yes, poor people should celebrate for the rich/corrupt politicians who have stock away millions.

Absolute nonsense! independence my Bottom!

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independence is indeed something to celebrate.

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TAMFULU, Why dont you just remain calm insted of posting absolute nonsense to a serious national issue like this one.

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of course we have reasons to c elebrate, if you dont have, then make sure you fok your girl all night and all day long on October 1.

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