She had always been beautiful, blessed with so much green, covered in a splendor that never had been seen. There were the seas, the landscape, the natural resources, mountains, waterfalls, the fresh breeze… even the houses of mud looked so tearfully beautiful, those roofed with thatched and illuminated by the fire lights where the children gathered to listen. To listen to the stories of Nigeria’s great 3, 36, 57.
Men like Nnamdi Azikiwe who was at the front line fighting for our freedom and who became our first president.
Men like Obafemi Awolowo who introduced free education in the western region, men like Ahmadu Bello who developed the Northern emirates, men like Anthony Enahoro who were the foremost anti-colonial Activist and became an editor at age 21, men like Murtala Muhammed who were instrumental in creating states and developing the Nation, men like Fani-Kayode who moved the successful motion for Nigeria’s independence in 1958.
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