The Love Of A Nigerian! By Abdullateef Olasubomi Abdul
Generally, Nigerians are kind, cooperative, tolerant and well-meaning towards one another and to the rest of humanity. Maybe not all of us but many of us are. This fact may however be blurred and continues to be undermined by recurring problems confronting us as a nation. For instance, now in our 58th year post-independence, we still continue to grapple with problems such as gross insecurity, poverty, mass unemployment, corruption and ethnic strife. Even the newspapers often read gory headlines: “120 people slaughtered in Benue”, “Youth, 22, nabbed for armed robbery”, “Naira slumps further to the Dollar in the parallel market”, “Boko Haram bombs church in Maiduguri” and so forth.
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The Love of a Nigerian! By Iteire Afor Darlington
I am proud to be Nigerian. I love Nigeria. I love my fatherland. Despite the pessimism bedeviling the nation, prompting some to ask the question, “What is there to love?” My answer to that is, “WHAT IS THERE NOT TO LOVE?”
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The 2018 PositiveNaija Video Contest aims to promote the self-worth of Nigerians, encourage Nigerian patriotism as well as serve as a platform for excellence!
Title of Video:
THE POWER OF THE NIGERIAN SELF-ESTEEM!
Inform the world through your video, what genuinely makes Nigeria and Nigerians collectively trust, delight and succeed in their own worth or abilities today.
Further content expectations:
In addition to the objective of the video contest, the following should be included in the video as indication of your pride and hope for Nigeria:
- Make visible the Nigerian flag
- State the name of a Nigerian media news/information platform.
- State the title of a song by Nigerian artist(s).
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