- Nigerians in Rivers state have shown the world that there is beauty in the African culture
- The people of the state recently held Bicycle Carnival that got them united as they rode their two-wheelers around town
- Adorable images from the event were shared on social media and Nigerians have shared their thoughts on the carnival
Despite the many challenges that may be facing it, Nigeria is home to beautiful culture and tradition which the people of the country proudly embrace.
One of the beauties of the country could be seen in a recent carnival that was held in Isiokpo, Ikwerre local government area of Rivers state.
The Bicycle Carnival had a lot of participants who mounted their two-wheelers as they were immersed in celebration.
Decked in traditional attires, the participants rode their bicycles around town to celebrate the beauty of being united.
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Sharing the adorable photos from the event on Twitter, tweep with the handle @phsabithetin wrote:
"The Bicycle Carnival at Isiokpo."
Nigerians flooded the comment section of the post with their thoughts.
Twitter user with the handle @elshaapera reacted:
"The one with that radio. Beautiful."
"The guy in the fourth frame and his big radio are amazing."
A tweep with the handle @Pally_Og could not believe his eyes after sighting the many bicycles whose owners participated in the carnival.
"Where all these bicycle come out from?"
In other news, a Nigerian woman, Yetunde Adeseluka-Oladejo, has shone light on the ordeal of some poor school children of Ore Akinde village in Ogun state.
Yetunde said that the children always had to endure the arduous task of trekking for six hours every day to their secondary school.
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Days after posting about the kids’ hard life on her LinkedIn, another kind woman, Bilqis Williams reached out to know how they could help the children.
Kind Yetunde travelled back to the village and consulted with their traditional heads on the students’ welfare.
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