Port Harcourt slangs are out of this world. They are often scary-sounding and you probably shouldn’t say some of them outside. But for the sake of blending in, you’re better off knowing them than not.
Some native words that are compliments could look like insults and vice versa. Can you tell the difference?
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One thing you need to know about the streets is, there’s a lot of breakfast to go around. Read this so you won’t have to say “had thy known”
Emphasis has always been placed on these words for as long as Nigeria has existed, and it is blasphemous to do otherwise. Many Nigerians are guilty of this, especially nosey neighbours or that one annoying seat partner in primary school. 1. Borrow Borrow This is the only way to address someone that is always borrowing […]
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