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Why these 5 Nigerian cities speak pidgin English

  What is pidgin English?   Additionally called 'broken,' it is an English-based Creole received as a pseudo-most widely used language or broadly communicated in Nigeria's language.   Some, because of the variety of clans and lingo and the powerlessness to communicate in English with no guarantees, most Nigerians understand and talk pidgin as an essenti ...Read more
2021-03-12
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The significance of caps in Nigerian men's traditional attire

Hats in conventional Nigerian clothing may have specific social importance or are just worn as an adornment.   Nigeria is a country with various societies, dialects, customs, and individuals, and out of the many, the powerful clans stay the Igbo, Yoruba, and Hausa-Fulani. For quite a long time, many clans wore their novel conventional clothing and procured certain mark styles in w ...Read more
2021-02-28
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10 slangs only a Nigerian can understand

Each nation has unique customs, just as slangs, which are spoken all through the country.   There are slangs extraordinary to optional schools, college life, and even locales of the country in Nigeria.   Outsiders may struggle to understand this slang, and local people may struggle to clarify them. Here are a couple of the slangs novel to Nigeria road life. 1. Ehen! ...Read more
2021-02-28
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Following complaints from transgender male consumers, Proctor and Gamble have announced their decision to remove the feminine logo from the packaging of its top sanitary product brand "Always."    In June 2019, transgender activist Ben Saunders reportedly contacted "Always" via Twitter, questioning the use of the feminine logo on the packaging. Furth ...Read more
2019-10-22
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