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Saturday, October 01, 2016

Happy 56TH Independence Nigeria

Happy Independence Nigeria...you will survive..If you have to crawl,please crawl but take us to the promised land...NIGERIA GO SURVIVE!




Nigeria is 56, 
The odds we did survive, 
arise salute the nation, 
come join the celebration,
A people united will never fall
the sun will shine and the rain will fall , 
on our land, vast and mighty,
richly blessed by the Almighty , 
Like bees in a hive
We work so hard 
to make the honey flow
but not without the use of the hoe hoe! hoe!


Arise salute the nation
come join the celebration, 
Nigeria is 56
Nigeria is 56
......Song by Bongos Ikwe -Nigeria is 25th



The name Nigeria was taken from the Niger River running through the country. This namewas allegedly coined in the late 19th century by British journalist Flora Shaw, who later married Baron Frederick Lugard, a British colonial administrator.





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61 comments:

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    1. God Bless Nigeria πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡

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    2. Fuck Nigeria.

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  2. Enter your comment...fast fingers, una dey try o

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    1. Happy Independence to all
      God bless our Nation

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  3. Happy Independence people! 😁






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  4. Stella chop kiss πŸ’‹.. I'm loving this your new look

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    1. At 56 what does 9ja Ave to offer. Every man 4 himself. May God help us to survive this trying times and reward our hustle. Cos if we depend on our selfish govt,we will die of hunger and they will keep looting 4 all dre generations. Bunch of recycled old fools. God bless 9ja. Cos I'm proudly Nigerian.

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  6. Stella, I'm really feeling your new blog design. This one has more life... my opinion sha

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    1. God Bless Nigeria oooo!
      Happy New Month All!!

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  8. Nigerians are very funny. Car in front of me had a bumper sticker on it that reads: "PRAY FOR BUHARI" Psalm 109:8

    When I got home I opened my Bible to the scripture, read it and started laughing.

    Psalm 109:8-" Let his days be few and brief and let others step forward and replace him. Can you imagineπŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„

    ~ Nigerians are thoughtful

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    1. Hahaha, that's the kind of prayer e truly needs.

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    2. Hahahaha, that's a good prayer Nike. God bless my country.

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  9. HBD Nigeria and HML to my friend Oge
    Good morning SDKers

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  10. Yippee stella, today is my birthday, i rep 01:10! God thank you.

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  11. bnwa78293@gmail.com1 October 2016 at 07:56

    Hapi hapi 'independa'(make I call am how my granny dey call am) Nigeria. Nigeria pulizz wake from your slumber o. You too don sleep @ this age. Anyway, God pls bless this country. Amen

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  12. Happy independence day..



    My musings....I'm beginning to wonder if Nigeria would have being better than where she is today ,even better than the likes of south Africa in some areas, if independence wasn't achieved early.

    Ijs

    God bless Nigeria.

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  13. Happy Independence Nigeria.

    I love the new blog layout Stella baybay.😍

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    1. No I don't
      Makes the comments section busy n tacky

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  14. Happy independence Nigeria... But i ain't celebrating cos there is nothing to celebrate.... I thank God for the gift of Life. #team black#

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  15. Thank God for another day. btw I love the new look of *OUR* blog

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  16. Happy independence and a happy birthday to my lovely sister

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  17. Happy independence Beevees.

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    1. Happy Independence.

      Count down to my *************

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  18. Nigeria my father land, God bless us.

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  19. Yinmu. A toddler at 56 .Nothing to be proud of being a Nigerian .

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  20. I love this new format

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  21. Happy new month preps and happy Independence day

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  22. Happy Independence Day Nigerians.
    Today is also my birthday and I'm really very grateful to God almighty for sustaining me even against great odds. I say may his name be praised!
    My wish is that Nigeria my beloved nation should remain one. Experience rapid economic turn around and industrialisation.
    I'm a strong believer of one Nigeria because I have faith in us and what we can do as a people. Nigeria is a very complex country and no country within our borders has got the economic power or military personnel to absorb our refugees if Nigeria should split. Is it Niger Republic, Chad, Benin Republic, or even Cameroon? Nigerians will suffer in their millions.
    All those who are advocating for Biafra should learn about the hardships that the landlocked countries of the world experience. Apart from Luxembourg, Switzerland and one other nation, the remaining 35-40 landlocked countries have the lowest Human development index in the word and this is largely because they all usually have economic handicaps due to International laws that makes it almost impossible for them to have access to the sea and air space. And to all those that believe in Biafran it's OK to agitate for a breakaway but don't forcefully drag everyone into this ideology. That you don't believe in one Nigeria is not enough reason to make all of us not to believe with you.
    NIGERIA WILL SURVIVE!
    GOD BLESS THE LAND OF THE RISING SUN, EAST OF THE NIGER.
    GOD BLESS THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA.
    (mrs. Stella dimok-korkus, Abeg play me Great Nation by Timi Dakolo *wink * it has more meaningful lyrics than even our national anthems combined.)

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    1. Happy birthday Paragon. May God keep and increase you.

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    2. Awwwww! Very correct comment! I like. God bless Nigeria. One Nigeria.

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    3. Paragon 7ven, happy birthday, today is also my birthday, i rep 01:10.

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  23. the presidents address didn't even hold water, he didn't speak from his heart. Nothing new, anyway, happy independence

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  24. Happy Independence Day Nigeria.Abeg,where is it happening in Abuja today?

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  25. I celebrate today because its the 1st day of the month and I am glad that God has kept me alive to witness it!
    *whistles* wake up wake up,its da 1st of da month-Bone thugs n harmony

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  27. Praying for a better Nigeria with our National Anthem Stanza 2! Happy Independence Nigeria!!!!

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  28. Happy independence to Nigeria.I am grateful for life.The president has spoken words of hope and I believe this recession will end soon.i pray for peace for this nation,i pray my kids won't feel sad to possess the green passport. I pray for good health and long life to see Nigeria prosper in my lifetime. My kids children will not grow up to chant 'up Nepa'.
    I pray for the naira to appreciate in value because things are so expensive in the market.May this independence be the beginning of our better years as Nigerian citizens.
    Long live the federal republic of Nigeria,
    Long live Ebonyi state,
    Long live unwara my village.
    Nigeria jokwa o!
    Unu unwara kaa o!
    Ehugbo Unu kaa o!

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  29. Happy independence to Nigeria.I am grateful for life.The president has spoken words of hope and I believe this recession will end soon.i pray for peace for this nation,i pray my kids won't feel sad to possess the green passport. I pray for good health and long life to see Nigeria prosper in my lifetime. My kids children will not grow up to chant 'up Nepa'.
    I pray for the naira to appreciate in value because things are so expensive in the market.May this independence be the beginning of our better years as Nigerian citizens.
    Long live the federal republic of Nigeria,
    Long live Ebonyi state,
    Long live unwara my village.
    Nigeria jokwa o!
    Unu unwara kaa o!
    Ehugbo Unu kaa o!

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  30. Happy Independence my fellow Nigerians. Better days ahead!!!!!

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  31. Happy Independence my fellow Nigerians.

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  32. Happy Nigeria 56th Independence fellow compatriots.
    God bless Nigeria.
    God heal the land of Nigeria
    God bless all Nigerians.

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  33. Happy 56th nigeria,God bless our land.

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  34. Happy independence day everyone! Happy wedding anniversary to us,stellar should I send u my wedding pictures and gist. 6years n counting.

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  35. Nigeria we hail thee
    Our own dear native land
    Though tribe n tongue may differ
    In brotherhood we stand
    Nigerians are proud to serve her sovereign motherland


    Hbd NigeriA πŸŽ‚πŸŽ. 56 years no b moi moi.

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  36. #Don't stress the "could haves." If it should have, it would have*

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  37. Happy independence day my fellow bvs

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  38. HAPPY INDEPENDENCE NIGERIA!
    You people should clap for yourself,woke up to 1dollar=500naira
    What a good way to celebrate our birthday.E patewo fun ara yin

    1million dollar! elo lo ma je ti n ba se si naira..yeeeeh OWO!*olu maintain don for see this thing for long, na we no get wetin him dey sing then*

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  39. Happy 56th independence day

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