How Nigerian are you? Do you know you can be born of a Nigerian and not Nigerian enough?
Yes, there are certain characteristics that qualify a Nigerian to actually be Nigerian and if you don’t have them, you don’t rep the country. How much of those attributes you possess depends on how long you’ve lived within Nigeria. Nigerians living outside Nigeria don’t really have enough of Nigeria in them, except for those who have lived long enough in Nigeria before moving abroad.
Typical Nigerians take to social media to relate to those attributes that make a Nigerian a Nigerian. Bucke up, its a long ride of humor.
- LOL. Not all Nigerians take that home.
- A typical Nigerian does this calculation.
- They always end with that line.
- And it is usually sold at the pharmacy.
- You can never be too careful.
- The dread is real.
- Which Nigerian doesn’t keep broom behind doors?
- Every Nigerian does this.
- Nigerian have sarcasm born innately.
- Fear of the unknown explained.
- Past administrations are always better than the present.
- Sister, we understand you.
LOL. Not all Nigerians take that home.
You know you are a Nigerian when you go to a hotel and take their toothbrush, soap, and slippers home😂😂😂😂 #HowNigerianAreYou
— ugly_FEMI❗💀 (@mic____key98) September 22, 2019
A typical Nigerian does this calculation.
I’m so Nigerian that when I come from work and there is no light, the first question I ask my sister is “when did they take the light” just to calculate what time they would restore power. #HowNigerianAreYou
— UdochiM (@UdochiMbalewe) September 22, 2019
They always end with that line.
Nigerian Parents will advise you for 8 hours and end with “I have nothing to say”. #HowNigerianAreYou
— Twins Gist Mag (@Twinsgistmag) September 22, 2019
And it is usually sold at the pharmacy.
— Gawaleon (@PrinceGawa) September 22, 2019
You can never be too careful.
— Ibi YE Omie🇳🇬 (@GFiberes) September 22, 2019
The dread is real.
I’m so Nigerian that I grew up believing dat anytime I’m in the village if an old lady touches me I must touch back and add a quiet prayer to avoid witchcraft #HowNigerianAreYou
— king fabian (@kingfabian17) September 22, 2019
Which Nigerian doesn’t keep broom behind doors?
I keep brooms behind doors #HowNigerianAreYou
— RSPKT (@DJDELEX1) September 22, 2019
Every Nigerian does this.
I make sure I enter two or three shops to compare price before buying anything in the market, especially if I don’t have an idea of the price before hand. No be my fault, na wetin Nigeria turn me to be dat. #HowNigerianAreYou
— Jumoke (@Jumokemagaret) September 22, 2019
Nigerian have sarcasm born innately.
I am so Nigerian when my son asks me “where should I put this cup” I say put it on my head. #HowNigerianAreYou
— Dr. Dípò Awójídé (@OgbeniDipo) September 22, 2019
Fear of the unknown explained.
#HowNigerianAreYou I am so Nigerian that when I see police checkpoint while driving, I feel guilty even without committing any offense.
— Bello Shagari (@Belshagy) September 22, 2019
Past administrations are always better than the present.
An average Nigerian will tell you the last government is better than the present one. Let Buhari finish his next level, those condemning him now will tell you he’s better than the government that will be in power in next 4 years. #HowNigerianAreYou
— Shinaayomi (@Awopejushina) September 22, 2019
Sister, we understand you.
— 🇳🇬🇳🇬D-man FUTBALLARENA🇳🇬🇳🇬 (@Blues_Dman) September 22, 2019