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Nigerian Pidgin English is a version of English and ethnic Nigerian languages spoken as a kind of lingua franca across Nigeria and is referred to simply as "Pidgin", "Broken English" or "Broken".It is estimated that Nigerian Pidgin English is the native language of approximately 3 to 5 million people and is a second language for at least another 75 million More Languages
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Pidgin English: i don hear u my bro, no wahala, so weytin make u no dey holla me for phone? u no like me ni, even dat ur smallie wife no dey around everytime and u no dey pick ur phone wen e ring an u no fit send me ...
The Nollywood actress claims she suffered domestic and verbal abuse from her estranged husband.
She said, "It's very simple having a husband who cheats on a roll and uses you for a punching bag and suffering gross verbal abuse.
Sun up to sun down in my home. I look pretty because I'm serving a living God who never sleeps."
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