A viral video trending on social media captures the moment operators of Itakpe-Warri railway line stopped at an unauthorised train terminal to pick up passengers.
The moment the train stopped to pick passengers waiting at the route, an unseen man who seemed not to be happy about the actions of the operators captured the moment.
In the video, you can hear one of the railway operators asking the unseen Man capturing the moment to stop making videos.
Following the reaction i sighted online, I can say that people are not happy about the incident.
One of the Instagram user with username, Owopompin made a comment that caught my attention, He said:
"We all like to blame government for everything but I have come to realize that Nigerians themselves are the problem of Nigeria....This country is good but the people in it, it is well..."
If you ask me, what he said is true, let's stop blaming the government and work on ourselves for a better Nigeria.
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