Living in Nigeria is not for the faint-hearted and most of us had no say in the decision that brought us here, but we need to make the best of it. After carefully examining our average everyday life, we have put together a list of things that you would need to at least survive this country. If you are looking to improve your daily life in Nigeria then keep reading:
This one is a no brainer as money makes everything better. You must have heard the popular wise words, “it is better to cry in a Range Rover than to cry in a Keke napep (tricycle)”. To improve your Nigerian experience, you need money to buy yourself certain comforts. And between the growing inflation rate to the extra fees you are made to pay to access basic services, money is an absolute necessity.
A hungry man is an angry man. Nigeria is annoying enough so it would be nice to not add hunger to the list of triggers for your anger. You need to eat well so you can enough strength to go through the everyday wahala in this country. Besides food is one of the things we get right in this country.
This is highly necessary even though our network providers don’t make it easy. The internet is our means to stay connected with the world, and most of our everyday interactions depend on it. Sharing our stories, both wins and woes with each other through different social media platforms makes going through life here easier. It also adds that we Nigerians are the funniest people in the world, so the funny banter and interactions we have through the internet make everything way better.
The heat in this country is a no respecter of person. If you have experienced the heat in Nigeria, I mean the type that gives you a headache or makes your makeup run, then you should understand the need for a rechargeable fan. Heat makes you very irritable and sleeping in the heat is the worst experience, so rechargeable fans are to the rescue. It helps that they are portable and do not have to be connected to power making them easy to carry around.
The state of electricity in this country is a joke and the recent crashes of the national grid have further proven that. With most of our appliances and devices being power reliant, we have no choice but to explore alternative power sources, like power banks. Power Banks are great power storage and an easy way to keep your devices constantly charged up and ready for use. With power banks, however, you need one that is quick charging, long-lasting and reliable, as it defeats the point if it can barely charge your phone to a reasonable level. This is why New Age power banks should be your go-to choice. New Age’s recently introduced 33000 mAh and 55000 mAh power banks are currently the highest capacity power banks in the country. These power banks guarantee up to 2 weeks of use from one charge, 18 months warranty and over 2 years of usage. They possess both USB and type C input and output ports and can charge multiple devices at the same time, saving you time. So, if you don’t want the electricity situation to have anything on your devices, then New Age is the way to go.
Now that you’ve been told, try these things and watch how living in Nigeria becomes less stressful.