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    Uloko Energy and Amb. Rachel Bakam’s disparate depiction of Nigeria at 59

    Amb. Rachel Bakam aka Rachel the PIPER is a renowned patriot. Always promoting Nigeria everywhere she visits around the World as a globetrotter. She is also a great advocate for peace using her media platforms to promote peace relentlessly. She encourages Nigerians and foreigners always to behold the beauty and potential in Nigeria. It is also popularly known that Rachel has a kind heart towards humanity. That is why when actor and model Uloko Energy approached her with an unusual yet intriguing concept of projecting the real situation in Nigeria, her heart for the plight of the masses made her via a u-turn from the applauds and embraced the concept. A concept which depicts the plight of Nigeria. Of the rot that has eaten it’s way through the economy while those on the upper ladder bask in wealth and enjoyment. Uloko’s concept is a true depiction of the present state of Nigeria. See what poem Amb. Rachel wrote along with the pictures and posted on her social media pages:

    Arise o Compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey

    Oh our Nigeria; Rich yet poor

    Oh our Nigeria; Wealthy yet impoverished

    Oh our Nigeria; While some sit on their high horses lavishly, others drown in despair and hopelessness

    Oh our Nigeria; While the rich get richer, the poor get poorer

    Oh our Nigeria; When shall we wake up from this nightmarish slumber

    When shall we stop wining and dining on the rot until all is fair for all?

    When? I say When?

    When will we end this charade of dancing on the pain of others

    When will Nigeria be the true Nigeria?
    A Motherland not a curse

    When? I repeat when?

    We need to smell the deep rot of lives languishing and dying. We need to realise that it is only a matter of time before our seeming beautiful boats sink

    Just a matter of time

    Oh that Nigeria be fair for all

    Oh though I weep in my deepest core, here’s wishing Our Motherland a happy Independence Day. May we rise above the rot. May we collectively cleanse our land. So help us God Amen

    Poetic piece by: @rachelbakam
    Concept: @ulokoenergy
    Photo credits: @kachiphotography Kachi Photos, Nelson Photos, Diamante studios, @inimeg

    Models: @Rachelbakam and @ulokoenergy

    Makeup: @bayzbeauty

    What an apt depiction this is. Nigeria must come out of this rot. This Nation must rise and take its rightful place in the World. Long live the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Well done Uloko for this fantastic concept and well done Amb. Rachel for this ingenious poem








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    Hmmm

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    Why is she there?

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    Well!

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    She said it all

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