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This is one of the latest slangs in town. Gbera means move. Conductors often say it to the bus drivers while they are working. But when you are in some areas and this slang is being said with no danfo in view, you should become conscious as thieves who pick pockets use it in signaling to each other.
You may have to hold on to your bags tightly and leave that vicinity as soon as possible.
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