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Mandators: I celebrate Nigeria everyday and everytime but we need to talk about the negativity in this country and if we continue to shy away from discussing it then it will continue to be a problem that cannot be solved.

Orits Wiliki: We actually need to celebrate the country no matter what. We know that things have not been too well in the country but rather than we talking about the challenges, let's just appreciate the way things going.

Joseph Benjamin: We should keep the fire burning and keep the flag flying and we should start changing things about us and our environment. Let's aspire to be better.

Orezi: We should re-orientate ourselves and when something is bad let's say it's bad.

Segun Arinze: The younger generations are looking at us and we just need to do the right thing and the needful because this is our country.

Baba De Baba: This is my first time of sincerely celebrating Independence because I have started enjoying regular power supply and also seeing corrupt leaders being prosecuted which is the best thing that has happened in the history of Nigeria.

Elvis Chucks: It's not by number but by achievements and maturity; Loving one another and living together as one. If Nigeria turns hundred but yet we have no trust or respect for one another, then we as a nation have a hand full of work to do.

Omotola Jalade: I strongly believe that Nigeria can Rise to become the First and most populous black Nation in the world to. All lives matters. I strongly believe in Nigeria

Kenny George: As long as you still carry a Nigerian passport, Have your roots/ties in/with Nigeria by blood. I admonish you to celebrate NIGERIA! Don't tell me about all the wrongs, not blind to see them. I am just so focused on the positives more than the negatives, they affect me too! Which country in the whole world can take half of what we have experienced and are still experiencing without crashing?!

I celebrate Nigeria, we shall overcome some day! It might take 100 years,10 years, 1 year! We will rise again! When you speak NEGATIVE of your country, forget about getting anything POSITIVE from that same country! Until we learn to see the positives, we will never be able to eradicate the negatives!

happy independence Nigeria, you have stood through tough times and i am sure we will stand even in great times when the spotlights will shine solely on us! we are the future.

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JJC Skillz (Artiste)

I wish all Nigerians can speak and do positive things henceforth to build our great Nation. And to our leaders, we need more transparency in governance. God bless Nigeria, God bless Africa.

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Chigozie Atuanya (Actor)

I'm very proud to be a product of Nigeria; a proud son of the soil. This is our Nation, we have no other. God bless Nigeria at 55. I wish our leaders would keep living exemplary lives for other citizens to follow. Together we shall make progress in all we do because I believe in my country.

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Majid Michel (Actor)

Happy Independence Day Nigeria. Believe in God, then all the nations will call you blessed, for your land will be such a delight, says the Lord of heaven's armies.

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Agoha (Musican)

I'm wishing our great nation hope for greater heights and I expect our leaders be nothing but exemplary. God Bless Nigeria.

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Darey Alade (Artiste)

I don't believe in numerology but the numerology number 55 is about independence with the freedom to explore new areas of experience. The essence of the numerology number 55 is a focus on independence, exploration, and adventure. 55 is outward looking, forward looking, and both desires and anticipates new experience and new learning. It is adventurous and self-sufficient. Happy 55th Independence Nigeria! God bless Nigeria.

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Benson Okonkwo (Actor)

I pray that happiness will be with Nigeria and all Nigerians now and forever. Happy Independence Day.

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Tope Tedela (Actor)

There is a place called forward and Nigeria is headed there. God bless Nigeria on her 55th Anniversary! We are moving forward, hopefully.

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Omotola Ekeinde (Actress)

I strongly believe that Nigeria can rise to become the first and most populous black Nation in the world to. All lives matters. I strongly believe in Nigeria

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Mandators (Artiste)

I celebrate Nigeria every day and every time but we need to talk about the negativity in this country and if we continue to shy away from discussing it, then it will continue to be a problem that cannot be solved.

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Orits Wiliki (Artiste)

We actually need to celebrate the country no matter what. We know that things have not been too well in the country but rather than we talking about the challenges, let's just appreciate the way things going.

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Joseph Benjamin (Actor)

We should keep the fire burning and keep the flag flying and we should start changing things about us and our environment. Let's aspire to be better.

>
Orezi (Artiste)

We should re-orientate ourselves and when something is bad, let's say it's bad.

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Segun Arinze (Actor)

The younger generations are looking at us and we just need to do the right thing and the needful because this is our country.

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Baba De Baba (Comedian)

This is my first time of sincerely celebrating Independence because I have started enjoying regular power supply and also seeing corrupt leaders being prosecuted which is the best thing that has happened in the history of Nigeria.

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Elvis Chucks (Filmmaker)

It's not by number but by achievements and maturity; loving one another and living together as one. If Nigeria turns 100 but yet we have no trust or respect for one another, then we as a nation have a hand full of work to do.

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Lara George (Gospel artiste)

To peace, to progress, to sustained prosperity in all our land, to freedom and to unity. Happy Independence day Nigeria! I'm glad to be a Nigerian.

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Kenny George (Movie producer)

As long as you still carry a Nigerian passport, have your roots/ties in/with Nigeria by blood, I admonish you to celebrate Nigeria! Don't tell me about all the wrongs, I am not blind to see them. I am just focused on the positives more than the negatives, they affect me too! Which country in the whole world can take half of what we have experienced and are still experiencing without crashing?!

I celebrate Nigeria, we shall overcome some day! It might take 100 years, 10 years, 1 year! We will rise again! When you speak NEGATIVE of your country, forget about getting anything POSITIVE from that same country! Until we learn to see the positives, we will never be able to eradicate the negatives!

Happy Independence Nigeria, you have stood through tough times and I am sure we will stand even in great times when the spotlights will shine solely on us! We are the future.

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