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Nollywood Celebrities Celebrate Nigeria’s 53rd Independence Day

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Nollywood Celebrities Celebrate Nigeria’s 53rd Independence Day

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Oct 1st, 2013 – Nollywood Celebrities Celebrate Nigeria’s 53rd Independence Day

To mark the big day of their country of birth, popular Nigerian movie stars took to their Twitter and instagram pages today to wish Nigeria & Nigerians happy celebration.

The goodwill message started on Nollywood film producer Uche Jombo’s Instagram page.

The actress said;

“Public officers are the servants and agents of the people, to execute laws which the people have made and within the limits of the constitution which they have established, GCquote. Dear Nigeria! One day, the above quote will be yours, however till then, young Nigerians keep keeping on, don’t lect lack of light(electricity)stop you from making it, bad roads will not be forever(since a politician never believe what he says, he’s surprised others believe what him. e.g when he promised you good roads if elected abi?) Lol sorry about that…on a serious note, there is hope…something out there to celebrate us as a nation right? Find it and relax(enjoy the holiday) but remember to say a prayer for our nation….Happy Independence…Naija@53…Hugs&kisses @Uchejombo,”.

Moment after, Nollywood actress Genevieve Nnaji who just returned from a friend’s wedding in London also took to her Twitter page to pass the goodwill message to fans;

“May we experience true freedom in our hearts and lives. HAPPY INDEPENDENCE EVERYONE!!!” – Genevieve Tweeted

Also in true spirit of patriotism, poko babe Tonto Dikeh said;  “While some of uz dnt c a reazon to celebrate our independence Alot of Uz re Grateful for wat we gat(N it haz nothin to do wit material tinZ nor bin a middle clazz citizen or an A clazz citizen),For Livin,for conditionz/Suitationz not bin any Worze Dan dey re**I’m celebratin today wit ma Soul n d Lezz Prev.**Seat bck n mourn while we gbazk in d glory of independence celebration** iz d country unfair to itz occupant? Yez wat can we do abt it? Change u 1zt n U’ll c d change u want**Like d bible sayz CHARITY begins at Home,Now home here iz u,Clean ur eyez 1zt b4 u do to another**Ve fun n stay Faithful.”

The producer of Keeping my man movie, Rukky Sanda was not left out of the goodwill message, the beautiful actress said;  “HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY yal… Enjoy the day with a loved one, #Celebrate… Go To A Cinema Near You & Watch Keeping My Man… I knw tz been a min u saw Ramsey Noauh on Ur screen, go check him and d rest of us out in this awesome movie we made especially for you. With Love from R.S for rukkysandastudios.”

The best actress of the year, Rita Dominic also joined fellow celebrities in wishing Nigeria a happy independence day celebration.

She posted; “True independence and freedom only exist in doing what’s right… Happy 53rd bday Nigeria, love u so much regardless..God bless us all.” wishes Nigeria a happy independence day, may we experience the true meaning of freedom and may the Lord bring peace and healing to our land.

Happy Birthday Nigeria!

A big shout out to all our popular commentators and fans.

@red, bezo, mrs ohio, d hunter, mulikat, ali, iron bar and many others…. God bless you all.



  1. Akinola

    October 1, 2013 at 6:22 PM

    Happy birthday Nigeria may God provide us a good leader that will leader us to freedom cos we’re far behind.
    In my area, NEPA has taken light for the past 5 days so where is the freedom my people? Ego better one day

  2. John Abdul

    October 1, 2013 at 6:28 PM

    This country tire me self I wish I can just marry someone abroad

  3. ikotun

    October 1, 2013 at 6:31 PM

    @ naijagist I dey vex why u mention my name?

  4. ade

    October 1, 2013 at 7:31 PM

    Happy Birthday Nigeria,May the peace of God reign in our country

  5. Qualis

    October 1, 2013 at 7:58 PM

    Your are wonderful baby’s pls don’t copy rukky sandas way of dressing

  6. Lollipop

    October 1, 2013 at 8:07 PM

    God bless Nigeria
    Good people!
    Great nation!
    Bad leaders!

  7. Waleroz

    October 1, 2013 at 8:17 PM

    Igba odun odun kan o. Eki orire na
    No light, boko haram , kidnapper… Mtchewwww
    What are we celebrating in this finished nigeria?
    As am talking right now, my generator petrol is about to finish since we have no light for the past 3 months.
    I’m very disgusted by our leaders.
    Ghana is 150% than Nigeria so what are we proud of? I really need to know one thing that is worth celebrating in Nigeria

  8. Mekzy

    October 1, 2013 at 9:14 PM

    Wot r u waitin 4….pack ur tinz nd go 2 ghana nd b happy@WALEROZ,….4 me am happy nd am calebratin nigeria bcuz d only place i know ND CALL HOME is NIGERIA…..HAPPY INDEPENDENCE NIGERIA

  9. jo

    October 1, 2013 at 9:44 PM

    53 yrs of blackout,jobless,fuel scarcity,bad roads,no water etc.may God help is from d hands of bad leaders.

  10. T

    October 2, 2013 at 12:14 AM

    Happy birthday to my country, God will renew Nigeria, this new year God will take charge, things will be better ,everything will turn around for good in Jesus name, Gbogbo awon ONI ise ibi oluwa a ba won wi.

  11. walex

    October 2, 2013 at 1:44 PM

    what are you celebrating rubbish

  12. Abibu Akeem

    October 3, 2013 at 3:21 PM

    They are celebratn shame

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