- A young Nigerian man on a wheelchair was captured in a video saying that the country is still very good
- The man went ahead to say that if not for the country's bad leaders, it would be the best in the whole of Africa
- Many people online were moved by his emotional speech that they wondered how they could locate and bless him
A Nigerian content creator with the handle @emma_oniru said he was out make content when a young man in a wheelchair ran towards him to talk.
Seeing that that the content creator was making a video, the young man said that he still believes so much in Nigeria.
Nigeria is still good
He revealed that a woman asked him to remove the flags he installed on his wheelchair, wondering what he is happy about. He said he told the woman that Nigeria is still good because it is in the nation that he gets his food.
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In his words:
"Nigeria still good o. Na for your side e no good... Nigeria na my land, na there dem borm me, na there I chop food."
Nigeria and bad leaders
He went ahead to say the problem with the country is that we have bad leaders. He stated that with good people, Nigeria can be the best in Africa.
The young man was so passionate about his speech that he initially declined getting any alm from the content creator.
Watch the video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"absolutely nothing but the truth my Brother actually I feel like crying i can't watch this anymore."
Joel Oluwatosin said:
"that boy is way intelligent beyond his wheel chair."
"We still believe in our country Proudly Nigeria."
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"please find that boy......I need to give him something.....he spoke well...."
Desmond Oshiotse said:
"Abeg find this guy , he is right, give him thump up."
Nigerian family became homeless in UK
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian family shared their story of how they became homeless in the UK after they relocated in a TikTok clip.
It was not the case that they did not have money to rent one, getting an apartment was just so hard. According to the woman of the house, they had enough to pay for six months straight.
She warned people coming in from their countries to keep the issue in mind. On getting to the UK, they had to spend days in a public shelter.