Nigeria@60: ‘₦25.9 Million Spent To Put Nigerian Colours On Dubai’s Burj Khalifa’

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More gist are coming out on how the Federal Government marked the 60th anniversary of Nigeria’s Independence even to the extent of displaying the green-white-green National colours on the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), OrientalTimes reports.
It was a beauty to behold as Nigerians felt excited on seeing the 829.8 m and a roof height of 828 metre- tall edifice shone brighter with green and white, hoping it was UAE’s way of identifying with Nigeria as a country it has business and economic ties with.
But, it was never a gesture of goodwill after all.
UAE’s Ambassador to Nigeria, Dr. Fahad Al Taffaq shared a video of the spectacle while congratulating Nigeria on Thursday.
“Happy 60th Independence Day #Nigeria!
“Congratulations to the leadership, government and good people of Nigeria on this occasion.
“Nigeria’s Flag was featured today on #BurjKhalifa to celebrate our growing relations,” Taffaq wrote.
However, it has emerged that it cost 250,000 Emirate Dirham (approximately N25.6 million) to display the green-white colours there.
Lead Partner at SBM Intelligence, Mr. Cheta Nwanze, who tweets from @Chxta, claimed this in a tweet on Friday.
He wrote, “Woke up to see cretins in my mentions about Burj Khalifa.
“Newsflash: #Dubai didn’t do that shit because they love #Nigeria.
*Someone blew ₦25.9M on that stunt. Food inflation at 16% but you’re blowing money on trips. Biko let me go for my exercise. This 19° won’t go to waste.”
Nwanze further shared information about advert rates for displays on the Burj Khalifa.
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