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TALKBACK NIGERIA: What I Like About Nigeria
Author: NGEX | April 30, 2007

Tell us what you love about Nigeria. Submit your happy emotions, experiences, moments, stories etc that make you just love Nigeria. The last few weeks have been very trying times for Nigeria and Nigerians and we have been receiving a lot of complaints about things wrong with Nigeria. But we do know that there are things that make Nigerians love and expect so much from their country. Please share with us. If you have photos to accompany your contribution send them to (Including your submission) and these will be posted, otherwise click on the "COMMENT" link at the bottom of this page to submit . Each week (or few days) a new topic will be chosen and presented for visitor comments. Let us know if you would like any topic featured. Selected topics will cover issues from social, political, cultural and professional issues.

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Dozie    Austin, TX, USA    April 30, 2007
What I like about Nigeria is that I have family (near and extended) there, period.

Otherwise, I would not pass through it on my way to another country. I am glad that Omotayo like the fruits and all that; but where is the air to breathe?

How do you sleep at night - if you are not scared of armed robbers, you have mosquitos to worry about. Nigeria by all accounts is a failed experiment.
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