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Jesus lover (less)
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Pidgin English: Come quick quick o
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English: He that has ears let Him hear
English: The horn, called Obu, Opi or Ogba by different ethnic groups in southern Nigeria is made from animal horn or elephant tusk. It has an opening at the edge for producing sound as air is forced through it. The horn heralds the arrival or departure of the Igwe, Oba or a big masquerade....(more)
Pidgin English: He lies
Akara and moin moin get the same parent, na wetin dem pass through make dem different.
Today’s newspaper na tomorrow Suya wrap.
Leave matter for Mathias and Sabi for Sabinus
Craze no hard to form,na the trekking be wahala.
The difference between kpekere and plantain chips na packaging.
Pidgin English: I no fit kill my self abegi
English: Dandelion in Hausa language
English: someone cannot play with you?
English: Mad person
Pidgin English: Aba made
English: Some Chibok girls refused to be ‘freed’ - Negotiator. A legal practitioner and one of the mediators for the release of the 82 Chibok school girls, Zannah Mustapha, has disclosed that some of the abducted Chibok school girls who are still in Boko Haram captivity, refused to be freed during the last negotiation that led to the release of 82 girls last Saturday. Speaking with Reuters, Mustapha said some of the girls have been radicalised. On Saturday May 6th, 82 of the Chibok girls we...(more)
Daughter of former military leader, Ibrahim Babagida, set to wed.
Halimat, the second daughter and last child of former military leader, Ibrahim Babangida aka IBB, will on Friday May 12th, get married to her man, Alhaji Auwal Lawal Abdullahi. The wedding will take place at his hilltop mansion in Minna, the Niger state capital. Halimat is the last child of IBB's late wife and former first lady, Maryam Bbangida. Her groom is said to be a businessman and holds the tradition...(more)
Pidgin English: Naija olopa
Pidgin English: The lon is borning baby
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