- Nigerian celebrities are celebrating as the country turns 60 on Thursday, October 1
- In a video, the celebrities share their thoughts on the current situation of the country and how things can be turned around for good
- Some of the celebrities include DJ Cuppy, Woli Arole, Khafi and Ozo
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Nigeria turns 60 on Thursday, October 1, and some celebrities have prayed for the country's progress and urged every citizen to celebrate despite the challenges.
Some of the celebrities that have shared their thoughts about the country and where they want the country to be in the nearest future include DJ Cuppy, Woli Arole, Khafi and Ozo.
DJ Cuppy said she is so happy to be a Nigerian, adding she couldn't pick a better place to be born or a better place to represent.
Woli Arole said he's not happy with the situation of things in the country. He said he wants to see a Nigeria where there would be stable power supply.
In her prayer for Nigeria, Khafi said the Lord will bless and enlarge the country.
"I say a prayer for Nigeria. I pray the Lord will bless Nigeria, keep Nigeria and enlarge Nigeria's territory."
"There is so many things we need to improve on. And also, it's important for us to know that sometimes, this improvement needs time. But above time, what we need more than time is dedication because if we're not dedicated then we wouldn't grow.
"We've promised ourselves so many things and we've failed, but if we dedicate ourselves to those things then we would get to those things on time. So I just see Nigeria as a growing country. We'll always continue to grow."
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In a related story, as Nigerians celebrate the country's 60th independence day anniversary, Nollywood actor Yul Edochie has said he cannot congratulate anyone on that.
He said he cannot wish anyone happy independence when people are not happy, wondering what Nigerians are celebrating.
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