Nigerians react after Buhari's media aide Bashir Ahmad talked about Lagos
By miriamAD | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 1367 views
Special media aide to President Muhammadu Buhari, Bashir Ahmad has taken to his Twitter handle to say something very nice about Nigeria's top business center, one of Nigeria's diverse city and Africa's most populous state Lagos State.
Sharing photo of Eko Bridge, he captioned the tweet and I quote;
"A great city, Lagos, Nigeria."
See photo of the tweet below and photo;
Nigerians taking to the comments section, shared their reactions, with most of them commending the efforts of President Muhammadu Buhari, others marvelling at the beauty of Lagos, and others saying it was all lies.
Taking to the comments section, some shared photos of other states in Nigeria like Enugu, Aba and other states.
See photos of their reactions below;
Apart from other things, Lagos State is one of the most if not the most developed and most beautiful state in Nigeria.
Kudos to Eko, Lagos.
Drop your reactions in the comments section below.
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