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What Mr. Ibu Said About Nigeria As He Celebrates His 61st Birthday

In the Nollywood industry, John Ikechukwu Okafor, who's popularly known has Mr Ibu, has taken to social media to express how he feels as he celebrates being sixty one (61) years-old today. In his viral birthday interview, Mr Ibu began by thanking God for sending him good friends since he's been young till date. Towards the end of the interview, John Ikechukwu made one vital statement about Nigeria. Then, the question is "what could be the vital thing he said about Nigeria?"

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The vital statement the popular Actor said about Nigeria is that he would love to leave a good history (legacy) behind before leaving the earth. He stressed the importance of leaving a good history noting that it helps people remember the deceased for good.

Image Credit: Mr Ibu's Instagram page.

After talking about his plans in the nearest future, Mr Ibu recalled the good old days he had with his parent. He said his deceased parent was about ninety one year-old before dying.Photo Credit: PM News Nigeria.

From what Mr Ibu said about Nigeria, it is evident that he's a patriotic citizen of the country. As he calls the interview a wrap, he advised people on what would make them live beyond sixty. He mentioned keeping good company as being sacrosanct.

I think the major lessons learnt from Mr Ibu's 61st birthday message to Nigerians is that if one wants to live a healthy life, the good relationship you keep with people around you matters.

Secondly, Mr Ibu also wants people to understand that no matter how the situation is in one's country, one should always be positive about it.

Dear esteemed Readers, having read this, what are the lessons you've also learnt from what Mr Ibu said in his 61st birthday message?

Article's Source: The Punch Newspaper.

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