Nigeria’s Independence Day number 62

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Buhari celebrates his last Independence Day as Nigeria’s President.

TVC News Nigeria gives us a report on ID62 celebrations.

On this day, Nigeria celebrates her 62nd Independence anniversary. President Buhari addresses the nation, calling for unity and progress. He urges all Nigerians to work together to build a bright future for our country. Let us remember that we are one people, united by our common values and aspirations. Together, we can achieve anything. Nigeria has come a long way since her independence in 1960. We have faced many challenges, but we have always emerged stronger. Today, we celebrate our country’s 62nd anniversary. We celebrate our diversity, our resilience, and our determination to build a better future for all Nigerians.


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Ask Nigeria
1 month ago

Nigeria’s Independence Day number 62Buhari celebrates his last Independence Day as Nigeria’s President.Express your point of view.

Godsewill Ifeanyi
Member
1 month ago

It’s heartbreaking to contemplate the fact that our nation is becoming older by the day, despite the fact that we haven’t seen any meaningful economic expansion in a very long time.

SarahDiv
Member
1 month ago

PMB is a failure as far as I am concern. He has succeeded in impoverishing the country and enticing his personal purse. It is well.

DimOla
Member
1 month ago

It is really a shame for PMB that after occupying the presidential position for more than seven years, he only ended up by giving to us a completely divided country that is heavily in debt. It will go down in history that President Buhari destroy a country called Nigeria with his style of governance.

Iyanu12345ogg
Member
1 month ago

The president speech is so sickening. This government should just go at this point.

Adeolastan
Member
1 month ago

As a seating president of Federal Republic of Nigeria what has he done to unit or better the life of Nigerians?.As a leader your actions,your body language didn’t speaks what you’re preaching.

Nwachukwu Kingsley
Member
1 month ago

The torment has been relentless for many years. The upcoming election represents essentially our final best chance at something positive happening. We need to work together to put things in the proper perspective this time.

Taiwoo
Member
1 month ago

Anything is possible when people work together. Since gaining its independence in 1960, Nigeria has made significant progress in some aspects and that’s good

Chibuzor
Member
1 month ago

It is wonderful that we celebrate our uniqueness, our ability to overcome adversity, and our unwavering commitment to creating a brighter future for all Nigerians.

Kazeem1
Member
1 month ago

I’m not sure why we’re celebrating our independence today. We have gone backwards over the course of the years, and we are still getting poorer as a whole.

Adesanyaj72
Member
1 month ago

The torment has been relentless for many years. The upcoming election represents essentially our final best chance at something positive happening. We need to work together to put things in the proper perspective this time.

Remi1
Member
1 month ago

It’s been years of intense hell. Our last strands of hope is basically in this coming election. We ought to be united and makes things right this time.

theApr
Member
1 month ago

Sixty two years of hoping in this country, sixty-two years of turmoil and hardship. We believe the country would be great someday

jdpumping
Member
1 month ago

wow Nigeria at 62 is so overwhelming and it’s truly president Buhari last one as a president….it’s really getting hot right now.. … Despite all promises nothing was done so far.

Ultra0711
Member
1 month ago

Nigerians need to work together to build a bright future for our country, starting from the coming election. we should vote for the best qualified candidate and not discriminate on religion or tribe.

Haykaylyon26
Member
1 month ago

Assuming the encourage given since this while as been done Nigeria will have been a great country.but we still have to work together to make our country great God bless nigeria

Tolaniiii
Member
1 month ago

Together, we can give Nigeria a better future. Let us never forget that our shared ideals and goals bind us together as a nation. If we work together, we can do anything.

Bola12
Member
1 month ago

We have been getting the same set of encouragement from our president for the past 8 years that he has been ruling , if only he puts so much effort into making the country better, then we’d have been in a better place by now

Christiana
Member
1 month ago

It’s so sad to know that the country keeps getting older everyday and still we haven’t experienced any significant growth for a very long time,

Abusi
Member
1 month ago

I don’t know what we are celebrating independence for. We have regressed over the years and we continue to impoverish ourselves. The president speech is so sickening. This government should just go at this point.

Tonerol10
Member
1 month ago

Nigeria is 62 years old and the country still they suffer like 16 years old country wey never get experience. It very sad that we are moving backwards as a country. @62 no constant light, no good security, no good economy system. We so much depend on other countries for so many things. Me am not proud of the level of the country today. With the killings and the level of hardship in Nigeria today I don’t think we should be celebrating the independent. Nigeria Don scam us too much Biko. Buhari celebrate his last independent as president, fine ooo, abeg just go. We are tired of you sir. Another 8 years has gone. What a country Nigeria