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Struggles All Nigerians In Canada Know To Be True

To set the record straight once and for all.

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When No One Can Pronounce Our Names

Even when we repeat it a hundred times you still fail. A little more effort would be nice.

When people keep telling us to say something in "African". Or ask how come we speak English so well.

We wish we could say something in African. But there's one small teeny problem...there's no language called African. And yes for the umpteenth time we grew up speaking English dude.

When we're stuck in club pumping our fists and jumping! That's cool on some occasions but we prefer to drop it like it's hot!

That's how we really turn up. The dance may look moronic but we don't care who's watching. It's about how you feel when you dance.

I dare you to join us! It's more fun than you can imagine.

When people don't understand a Nigerian movie. Most times neither do we.

Pure melting gold entertainment.

When we try hard to keep (most of) our superstitions to ourselves.


For example: when we were younger we were told cats are witches. Imagine us hanging out with you and your cat. Exactly.

We don't make the superstitions yo.

When this awkward moment happens

I'm the only Nigerian in my class. I just want to disappear😩😩😩😩😩😩

We aren't all scammers. We don't even know who these scammers.

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