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Nigerians React To Prince Charles Allegedly Reading His Speech With Rechargeable Lantern In Abuja

Many Nigerians on social media have reacted to the video clip of the way UK’s Prince Charles and his wife, were treated during his visit to Nigeria especially in Abuja.

Twitter users are talking about the fact that Prince Charles had to read his speech with a rechargeable lantern because the room was poorly lit.

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A lot of complaints have been made by Nigerians about the way Prince Charles and his wife’s visit to Nigeria was handled.

First, it was the seating arrangement of monarchs, then it was the quality of the cake. Now, Twitter users are talking about the fact that Prince Charles had to read his speech with a rechargeable lantern because the room was poorly lit.

Below are some reaction we culled online

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5 Comments
  1. Sylv E. Adimorah says

    I am not surprised at all. even at the ABV and LOS in Nigeria there has been electricity power interruption. when electricity power failure welcomes you from such a country’s port of entry, you could imagine the “night horror” afterwards during your stay.
    what a ridiculous system of government in Nigeria?!

  2. Dabo Ezekiel says

    How else do you want to welcome him to Nigeria?

  3. Onyema Chukwu Eke says

    BuHari govt is a shameless govt

  4. Dennis Munbassar says

    And what is he doing in the useless country called Nigeria

  5. Oby Achudume says

    That not a big deal ! It happens all the time

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