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A Day that Ought to be Great, Happy Independence Day Still by AlexBells(m): 4:54pm On Oct 01, 2023
know anything Nigeria won’t go down well with most of the people but I find the courage to wish us all well, to wish the country well, it the Federal Republic of Nigeria, our first love of independence. For the moment we all trapped here and we can best find a solution when we get intentional even in trying times, I can understand regional loyalty; while we all have regional loyalty, the center have to hold else until things would fall apart, naturally.

Today is the Independence Day of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I must have to say that we are not yet where we should be, to all secessionist and devolutionist, I understand your pains and honestly this isn’t the Nigeria we wished for however my passion for the Federal Republic remains the same and I just can’t sleep explain it.

It is rather with a broken spirit that I celebrate this day, I don’t know what to celebrate exactly sometimes it feels like breaking down and crying at how the mighty have fallen but we can keep hope alive, I’m not completely opposed to renegotiating the way ahead. Love is great but reason is more important than passion but while at it, let’s appreciate this day that the lord have given us as Nigerians. God Bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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