Kids Celebrate Happily as Electricity Is Restored After '56 Days'

Kids Celebrate Happily as Electricity Is Restored After '56 Days'

- Months of blackout in Maiduguri finally came to an end as electricity was finally restored

- In a clip that has since gone viral, children celebrated wildly as they shouted "NEPA oyoyo" among other words that expressed their happiness

- Tweeps who stay in the city also wrote about how the blackout was for a long one, adding that they hope it does not happen again soon

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The video of kids trooping out to the street to celebrate the restoration of electricity to people in Maiduguri has stirred many reactions on Twitter.

A handle @TahaAdam_ who shared the clip appreciated the state's governor and every other person who contributed to making it possible.

The tweep, however, said that he hopes the light becomes stable for a very long time. According to some people in the comment section, there was no power for 56 days.

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Abubakar Lawal Musa, a user on the bird app, revealed the restoration only lasted for just an hour in his area, stating that it did not even stay that long in other places in the city.

Watch the video below:

As of the time of writing this report, the video has been watched over 1,000 times with tens of comments.

Here are some of the reactions below:

@mercyof02595024 asked:

"So people still dey live Maiduguri?"

@NsrOmalicha said:

"Chaiii.This excitement will continue in lives in Jesus Name Amen."
Up NEPA: Children jubilate loudly in the street as electricity is restored in Maiduguri after '56 days'
Some of the children were on bicycles as they ran up the street. Photo source: @TahaAdam
Source: UGC

@Muhammad_Nuuunu said:

"Omo remove that short period of time, do you think 2 month’s + is easy?"

@shamsunasir said:

"To think all these children were born after the BH war starters."

@kosh_baba said:

"My people don suffer too much."

Meanwhile, in other heartwarming news, another young black woman has made herself, her parents, and the rest of South Africa very proud after sharing a hearty celebratory post about finally being admitted as an attorney of the High Court.

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In the heartwarming and extremely inspirational post that was made by the beautiful young lady with the Twitter handle, @welamlokoti, she also included some snaps of herself and her proud parents posing in front of the High Court.

"I got admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa today," she warmly wrote in the caption of the motivational post.

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