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Am lucky who like to have wahala (less)
From: Asaba, Delta, Nigeria
Pidgin English: Indomie
Pidgin English: Are you hearing me now?
also translated by :Chi2
English: Olowori mi
English: Tekno - Go
also translated by :
Pidgin English: Covfefe
English: Falz - jeje
English: Brave Man or Strong Man
English: An American, an English man, and a Nigerian were on a ship. Suddenly the Devil appeared and said, “Drop anything in the sea, if I find it I will eat u, If I can’t, I will be your slave!” The American dropped a pin, the Devil found it and ate him. The English man dropped a coin, the Devil found it and ate him too. The Nigerian opened a bottle of water, poured it in the sea and said, “Na today be today, go find am!”...(more)
English: I nugo
also translated by :JulietOnwuka
Pidgin English: what concern you/what business of your's is it
Pidgin English: Zobo
It doesn't get better than this- Thin Tall Tony says as he shares cute throwback photo with his wife.
BB Naija contestant, Thin Tall Tony shared this photo with his wife on IG and wrote "My #tbt goes 3years back when I went through the process of knowing a new culture from mine...all the way to Nassarawa and Abuja to marry this amazing woman @missebonydiva...it doesn't get better than this. #thintalltony#proudlynigerian #madeinnigeria#madlove #changebeginswithme#anothercal...(more)
Pidgin English: Who do it?
also translated by :FasholaGbemisola1
Pidgin English: if i hear pim, you will hear ween
also translated by :DaveToriola
Hand beads, usually worn or the right but lately on both hands. This shows that Igbo speaking south south or south east, one is respected to eat and drink with other title holders. Example, If Mazi Uweh is spotted with hand beads in Oguta, this permits me to dine with Mazi Abagworo and other titled men in that town. Long live the Igbo culture
Hand beads, usually worn or the right but lately on both hands. This shows that Igbo speaking south south or south east, one is respected to eat and drink with other title holders. Example, If Mazi Uweh is spotted with hand beads in Oguta, this permits me to dine with Mazi Abagworo and other titled men in that town.
Long live the Igbo culture...(more)
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