#DemocracyDay: Some Posts By Nigerians You Should See
May 29 is here and it is Africa's most populous nation's Democracy Day.
It is also significant, as it is the second year of the current administration.
The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) had made several campaign promises that Nigerians now measure the administration's performance with.
From providing millions of jobs for unemployed Nigerians to payment of 5,000 stipends to the poorest and then feeding of school pupils.
Two years down the line, Africa's largest economy is in recession; the worst in over 2 decades.
Several local and international agencies say it will be over soon.
The Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, had in his message on Democracy Day expressed optimism that things would be better.
Nigerians have been expressing how they feel about the situation of things on Twitter, posted different comments.