The other side of Nigeria

What Does Nigeria Mean to You? – My Interview with TRTWorld

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A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about places I was looking forward to visiting this year. Turkey made its way to that list, thanks to Naija Nomads. You know how I sometimes talk about writing down your vision (goals)? Believing (and working towards) them so much that the Universe conspires to make it happen? Well, today, I found myself in Turkey!

KapadokyaSort of :)…

I didn’t visit Turkey physically – yet :), but I made my way to TRTWorld, an international news channel based in Istanbul, Turkey. They reached out to me (and a few other Nigerians) to share our perspective about this country we call home. One of the questions they asked me was this – What does Nigeria mean to you? Here’s what I had to say…

And I would like to ask you the same question…

What does Nigeria mean to you?

2 Comments

  1. Awwww so proud of you, well done, well said! We’re global!! Please take me on your Turkey trip!
    Nigeria is home, Nigeria is where my story began, Nigeria is a bit of a headache and heartache and I wish we didn’t have to talk about how resilient we are.

  2. Nigeria is where the home is. It is a beautiful country, populated with beautiful people rich in cultural diversity. It is also rich in agricultural produce. It is home to citizens and foreigners. Our only problem is corrupt government and governance, and this has penetrated into the various sectors. However, I believe Nigeria will only be great again once the corruption is eliminated.

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