Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari is one of the reasons why Nigeria is sinking. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

Why Nigeria’s Independence Day Will Always Be a Day of Mourning

Exactly 61 years ago on October 1st 1960, Nigeria officially became “independent” from the polarizing grasp of its colonial masters. They had arrived decades ago with nefarious agendas, stealthily clad under the verses of the Holy Bible that was wielded to shame the primal instincts of a Black super power.

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