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» »Unlabelled » 20 Funny Ways Nigerian Youths Think

1. When a guy and a
lady are seen discussing, they
are dating. 2. If a guy tells a Lady to come, he
wants to woo her. 3. All old women are
witches. 4. Anybody that is too Rich has done
Money Ritual. 5. A lady that is a Nurse had
better wear her uniform
when walking out of the Clinic before Nigerians
will
think she went for an abortion. 6. Every
Politician is Embezzling Money. 7. All wealthy
men have joined occultic group. 8. All Lawyers
are liars. 9. Philosophers are not Godly. 10. If
a
Pastor has plenty members in his church, he
is using Jass. 11. If somebody is in the
University, he or she is
better than those in Polytechnic and Colleges
of
Education. 12. Every Musician has joined
Illuminati. 13. All Traders do cheat. 14. All Men
are wicked. 15. If u don't come to church one
sunday, u have
started backsliding. 16. If u walk with
confidence, u are proud. 17. If u decide to
always be alone, u have evil spirit. 18. If u
always answer question in class, u are the
Teacher or Lecturer's boy/girl. 19. Every rich
Muslim is an Alhaji. 20. Every brother in the
church is a Pastor....


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