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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Bill Gates Speaks In Pidgin To BBC On Nigeria


World richest man, Bill Gates, don talk say Nigeria na one of di main places where im don dey put eye since. 



Mr Gates tell dis one to BBC News Pidgin.


Im talk say Nigeria dey very "important" for di world and for di kain work wey im Foundation dey do because of di country population.


After im give away 64 million shares for im company Microsoft, Bill Gates remain as di world richest person. He talk on top different matter wey concern Nigeria.


Im talk about how im organisation, Gates Foundation, dey help try reduce number of mama and pickin dem wey dey die for di country.


Mr Gates no dey work alone; e talk say im dey work with government dem and NGOs plus people, including Africa's richest man wey be Aliko Dangote.


From BBC.com

13 comments:

  1. OK oga Bill Gates we don hear wetin you yarn.

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  2. For so long we refused to accept Pidgin as a national lingua but I'm pretty sure that the launch of BBC Pidgin will give Pidgin the validation we've been waiting for.
    If Oyibo neva talk am we no go do am.

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    1. You dey mind dem?!
      Pidging just like football is one of the most unifying factors that keeps this country together as one.

      The most widely spoken language in Nigeria and across West Africa. " I dey come,how far?, how you dey? Wetin? Abeg, Comot, you dey crase/mad, how market? How you dey sell?" and many more are some of the most used sentence or words in Nigeria every day by millions of people.

      We don't take pride in what we have!

      "If Oyibo neva talk am, we no go do am"
      Rappakatakata
      September, 2017

      GOD BLESS NIGERIA.

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  3. This kain pidgin ehn

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  4. Naso.....make d man continue im good work..God go bless am








    Mc pinky

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  5. No he didn't speak in pidgin atall, replied in English, watch the video.

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  6. Oluwa Olorun Alagbara. Mofi Ola Bill Gate Toro Oo.

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  7. Who has ever tasted spiced comment? Tell us how you feel after. Is it Ketoish????😕😑😑😑😑😑

    #freedomofcomment

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  8. I wish you long life Sir Bill Gates. You're such a rare gem, more power to you elbow.

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  9. Mr. Gates, we don hear u. U try.

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