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58 Years after Nigeria's Independence; yet Nothing to Celebrate

On October 1st 1960, Nigeria gained her Independence. 58 Years later, the country is an example of a Nation that has lost direction. How can citizens celebrate Independence when they have nothing to celebrate for?

58 Years after Nigeria's Independence; yet Nothing to Celebrate
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