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Public Holiday (Independent Day)

Every year on the 1st of October, Nigeria proudly celebrates its Independence Day, marking the nation’s freedom from colonial rule in 1960. This significant day is a time for reflection, unity, and national pride as Nigerians across the country and beyond commemorate the struggles and sacrifices made by their forefathers to achieve independence.

Independence Day is more than just a public holiday; it’s a symbol of Nigeria’s resilience and determination. It’s a day when citizens come together to honor their diverse cultures, rich history, and shared aspirations for a brighter future. From parades and cultural displays to heartfelt speeches, this day serves as a reminder of Nigeria’s journey toward self-determination and the promise of a better tomorrow.


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