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Yesterday, Thursday, October 1, 2020, The UAE wishes Nigeria a happy 60th Independence Day! Burj Khalifa in Dubai, a 2722 feet skyscraper was light up in the Nigerian flag colours to celebrate the country.
Hundreds of Nigerian citizens have taken to Twitter and Facebook accusing the government of paying millions for the advert.
Did Nigeria government pay for Burj Khalifa light up flag?
Trending questions in Nigeria;
Nigeria did not pay for Dubai’s Burj Khalifa lighting, it’s a marketing strategy. It’s cost nothing, and the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, has lighted up flags to celebrate many countries around the world.
The Burj Khalifa post it on social media. And on social media, it would draw more attention from people because of an advert.
According to the marketing agency which manages the lighting displays, the starting rate of getting an advert on the Burj Khalifa is $68,073 almost 27 million naira for only 3 minutes.
Photos credits/ Google Image, Burj khalifa Twitter