Port Harcourt has the best bole and fish in Nigeria, that’s a proven fact. They also have one of the best street code in Nigeria. The Port Harcourt slang is so different from the normal ones you might be used to. And that’s why we beg you to not say these things outside.
1. Use your kafa
Use your head, or think clearly.
It means fuck. For example, “I don wipe that guy. He no too sabi.”
Run. Japa. Flee.
To hide something. “Chiamaka, duck that phone. SARS dey come.”
5. Kpor well
Basically, “go and sit down.” Can be used during confrontations.
6. Root out
To bring out something, especially weapons
House. Eg: We gather for my papa AP oh
To call someone. I dey come, make I go bell my babe.
N50. Yes, fifty naira.
Another slang for money is “Kabulas or Rubber”
Used to describe a close man to a cultist or someone from your cartel
11. Bani/ Shenkes /Kpalas
AC (Air Conditioner). The amana wey dey my papa AP don get fault.
14. Comot your body
15. Cut put for my body
“Give me part of something. Money, especially.”
16. Capping careless
Talking shit or talking out of point.
17. Sea rough
Things are hard.
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