#NigeriaAt60: Citizens speak on Nigeria at 60
By Guardian Exclusive
30 September 2020 | 9:14 am
On Thursday, October 1, 2020, Nigeria will mark 60 years as an independent nation. But what do young Nigerians think about their country? GuardianTV went to the street to sample the Nigerian's opinion about Nigeria at 60.
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