The Managing Editor, InlandTown New Media, Mr Austin Areh has said during an interview that he sees hope for the country.
He expressed this during a brief interview with This Day Newspaper.
The Editor had said that despite the COVID-19 pandemic Nigeria experienced, he remains hopeful.
He added that the year 2020 was one where previously less-used words and phrases had become commonplace.
“2020 was a year that a lot of words and phrases gained momentum starting from pandemic, social distancing, lockdown, shutdown, ventilator, quarantine, isolation-centres, frontline, palliatives, and all sort of chilling nerve expressions thanks to COVID-19 that dealt with humanity, every sphere of human existence globally felt the impact”, he said.
Mr Austin also disclosed his concerns about Nigeria battling the coronavirus.
“We are still battling with which vaccines will be effective. Hopefully, the effect will bring positive energy to Nigeria in governance, security and our primary health care, which have all decayed over time. I see hope for Nigeria”.
Others who also committed their expectations for the year to This Day include Abiodun Obisesan, Media Manager Chenist Consulting ltd. and gospel artiste, Ada Ehi.
Source: ThisDay, InlandTown