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Thursday, April 11, 2019

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....I love that everything works and that people without Jobs are given homes and money to live their lives until they get off the programme and get Jobs...

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  1. I love the fact that I can eat beans and agege bread. Nothing beats agege bread.

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    1. the fact that it is not law abiding. if u drive anyhow i can insult u and drive pass and the way 1 can get away with little crime and also how everything is by who u know nowadays who no get connect no get voice. My wonderful Naija

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    2. Anonymous 19:34, Ur head dey dia....

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  2. Don't deceive yourself though Stella, it's not your country no matter how long you remain.

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    1. Hater choke on your bile. It's her country

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  3. One thing I love about Nigeria is that it create the mentality in you to survive any where you find yourself in the world. The long suffering is enough to build an enduring spirit for anyone to survive the most horrible situation in life.

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    1. bros na lie.naija abuses you emotionaly,spirituallyphysically and otherwise.when you leave this country you will weep for yourself .you think u can use naija garagara mentality to survive in a modern genuine educated society? you go rot for jail.forget all this talk.

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    2. bros na lie.naija abuses you emotionaly,spirituallyphysically and otherwise.when you leave this country you will weep for yourself .you think u can use naija garagara mentality to survive in a modern genuine educated society? you go rot for jail.forget all this talk.

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    3. Both of you make points. While Nigeria encourages you to push boundaries to survive, when you live it also makes you have low expectations of life. You always feel at least it’s better than nija which is very very sad.

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  4. Mama Stella you dun finish me with laff. Me like the fast say we no dey carry last

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  5. -The varieties of food. As in i mean wonderful delicacies of various tribes.

    - The men. Nigerian men are wonderful. Kisses to y'all

    - Nigerian women are good too. Kisses to y'all.

    - I love that Nigerians truly care for one another. I mean there's this sense of communality among Nigerians.

    -I love Nigerian parties.

    - Dressing attires ie.native wears

    - I love the Nigerian pidgin

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    1. You like men and women?

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    2. I also love Nigerian YAM! eg. Benue/Kwara/Ogoja yams πŸ˜‹πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜

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    3. 18.22 u want to just create a carcass from my comment so that vultures can come and feast...right??πŸ™„πŸ˜

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  6. Nothing. Let me leave it at that because if I start, infact 🀐

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  7. Stella o! Please next time be specific about the country. When I read your comment I come dey wonder which part of naija I dey.
    I just say I love Nigeria because I don't have an option. Can't say exactly what I love about it.
    Hopefully we will getter better

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  8. I like Naija because of Naija girls😁😁😁
    Sdk wan find trouble okwa ya?
    You wan tempt Naija girls with abroad, na im you come dey yarn German there. 😁☺😁☺
    See as them go begin curse Naija now. Whosai. Na here we dey, no leave, no transfer

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Na only u go Dey here oh
      We go waka leave you

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    2. Hahahaha.. Ajuju be se okwu.

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    3. @Shuga girl and Tenth
      Make I yarn una something wey una no sabi.
      I fit waka go any obodo wey I like for this world but finally finally,
      na Nigeria I been come from. You no fit change that one lai lai, unu anugo?
      SDK wey dey yarn German, una no see say na Naija blog she get (no be German blog.
      Wetin dey Germany na story; sdk no be true? 😜).
      Tori dey Naija and Naija girls dey make me laugh πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      (But if them shoot off, strangulate or snatch, I dey cry well well 😒😒😒😒)

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    4. But madam ANG, you no dey here with us na.

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  9. The only thing i like( not love) about Nigeria right now is the low tax rate and how easy it is to evade tax.

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    1. Hehehehehe. But paying tax is good because it is use for development

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    2. And how easy it is to start up a business

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  10. only thing I love about Nigeria is the airport that enabled me escape that place

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  11. I love that with all d jagajaga, scatter scatter, yamayama and frustration in the country people still have a way of keeping themselves happy Nd not letting the situation drain them completely

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  12. I never thought I would have to think hard before answering this type of question. Well I love the resilience of the majority of Nigerians. No matter the circumstances there are still a lot of people who make it and want to make it the legit way.

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  13. I love that I do not live in it and that I can love it from afar.

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  14. I like the fact you can order pizza from abroad.
    I like the fact you can hire the police or sars as assains#legit
    I like the fact that if I want to be a criminal and get away with it join politocs and apc. Who yahoo epp?
    The list goes on

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    1. Hehehehehe you be case. But honestly all this has to stop. It is causing more harm than good

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  15. The Food, Laughter , Fashion and entrepreneurial spirit and weather.

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    1. True but sometimes it constitute a problem to us

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  17. I love my country because sex is cheap you can give it and receive it at a cheaper rate.

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  18. I only love its people and admire how resilient we are.

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  19. I love the fact that the homosexual community are greatly restrained in Nigeria and unlike what they do abroad blatantly, kissing, groping each other and all that bullshit, openly, they can only do behind closed doors here. The demons worrying them cannot operate freely here like they do abroad. Nobody should come and talk rubbish under my comment. Say your own and keep it moving. By and large we are spared this horrendous sight in Nigeria and I am happy to raise my children here. It’s bad enough seeing it when you travel.

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    1. Nobody will talk rubbish my dear. You spoke nothing but the truth.

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    2. Thanks @castle, Nigerians don’t appreciate what they have, you don’t have 7year old children telling their parents they are transgender, people saying they are neither male nor female, it’s an epidemic abroad and it’s going to blow up in their faces. Such a shame. How can such advanced and beautiful countries be plagued by such ‘madness’

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    3. Of a true.
      We just need good governance and nobody would want to jand again.

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    4. Alternative Facts12 April 2019 at 02:37

      It’s a pipe dream! The structure on which Nigeria stands does not allow for good governance. Change the structure and everything else would change. But we’re too docile to do that.

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  20. I love Nigerian delicacies. I can't trade it for anything in this world. When it comes to preparing the best food,Naija carry first. Niajia food like Amala,gbegiri,ewedu and ogufe,Abacha,Okpa,hot fufu and oha or bitterleaf soup,masa and groundnut soup,ikokore ijebu, should all make it to Guinness book of record.

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  21. See me thinking and still can't find what I love about Naija...

    I love it because of my nuclear and extended family that God has given me in it. Dassal!

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    1. You never appreciate what you have until you don't have it.

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  22. I don't even know what I love about Nigeria.. let me continue thinking ,will be back.

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  23. I love our suffering n smiling attitude

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    1. Suffering and smiling is a curse that's why no innovation is ever made. People just adapt to rubbish fast. If we continue adapting to negativity like this, the country may go back to stone age

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    1. Is only beat they have now, their lyrics na wash

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  25. I love the healthcare plans for seniors and infants, the state of the heart healthcare facilities and how people with terminal diseases, pay zero to nothing for their treatment.
    And l love how they make citizens pay close to nothing for petroleum products, that are readily available, as per the world 6th oil producing nation.
    Oh ! and our world class surface and underground train transit, plus the way we don't build walls like that of Jericho around our houses and how we don't have burglar proofs on our windows, roofs, doors etc.
    I love the parks for every community, with their distinctive area signatures, beautiful at nights to hangout.
    I love my big Nigeria.

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  26. Food, and nothing else. By the way not Nigerians, i just think my people are all mouth and nothing. Very proud something... eish

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  27. You can gist with neighbors anytime,freedom of speech,free from hurricane,volcanic eruption and wars for now.

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    1. Not anymore. Gossip is the in thing now

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    2. Not true,abroad is really boring o cos they always do OYO..especially when you dont have friends around,you cant easily go and gist with a neighbor.

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  28. I love the fact that I can duck All my husband rich business associates and still be bestie to their wives. Please don't judge me

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    1. That's why I love this country. But use your six sense and have it at the back of your mind that nothing last forever.

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    2. I aint judging u. Their wives love doing same to ur husband

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    3. Wait small for Friday night post.

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  29. Freedom, Communal living, the weather and food

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  30. I love Nigeria bcos we dont give up just like that.

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  31. Nothing.....nothing works in this Country😒

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  32. The only I love about Nigeria is that I can always beat the system 😎😎😎😎

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    1. And troll online without getting caught

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  33. I love how the system works in the US. I love how being timely is instilled very early in here. Kids from kindergarten are given notes for being tardy. (Being late )
    That’s why they are always punctual. Naija and African time. My sister eyes shine when she first got here. She didn’t understand why l was always early to get her kids. Once they got their car, they were always late. The school now wrote her a lengthy letter stressing the inportance of time.
    I also love Nigerian food. There’s nothing like Nigerian food. It’s the tastiest food in the world. Other dishes smell good but lack taste.
    I love the variety of Nigerian attires. When you have kudi, you can wear different attires.

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  34. I love the natural endownments that we posses in this nation.Blog PA beloved hope i'm now an aunthentic bv?

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  35. To be absolutely honest.
    Nothing

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  36. Errrmmmm...d fact that you can drive without drivers lincense, just hold two two hundred naira like 5 to settle police on the way

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  37. I love the way we stand for ourselves online. If you call one naija out everybody will drag u. I think i have hope for the future generation.i really hope we do same in real life

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  38. I love pidgin!!!!!!!
    The joy alone when rapping it with my frnds ehnnn😊😊😊
    And the food, can't trade owo and starch for any 'lasagna or pot roast '

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    1. Say it again Shuga girl. Tasteless lasagna.
      Oyibo de suffer sha. I feel bad for them. How can a grown man, get off work, go to McDonalds abd be eating chicken nuggets?? Him mates de wack correct egusi soup. If you see how they munch poundo at Nigerian parties here. I smile..

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  39. Hmmmm... i think it's just the low tax

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    1. But that's changing now. FIRS and States' Internal Revenue Service are now looking to catch more individuals and businesses in the tax net so watch out.

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  40. Kelbertha vet ventures, 07035694213, 0803484708011 April 2019 at 20:12

    I luv my country cos of my family

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  41. There are so many reasons why I love my country, but the best for me is that, no matter how much we dislike ourselves due to our ethnicity, we stick out for one another when a foreigner tries to bring down a fellow Nigerian ( na that time we dey forget say whether we be Yoruba, Hausa Igbo,etc)

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    1. So true... and during football tournaments as well we are united. If only we could transfer to other areas.

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  42. I like our hospitality. Nigerians are kind people.

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  43. Hmm, I just love my country unconditionally, no place like home!


    ... Jesus is my worth!

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  44. Till I have a country...for now I don't a country to call mine😒

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  45. I love naija bcos there's freedom of worship ,expression,one can chastise his/her child without being arrested etc.

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  46. You can pollute the air with noise(from generator,car honking,loud music,hosting at the top of one's voice)with reckless abandon.

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  47. Nothing to like jare. All man for himself

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  48. A big fat NOTHING,like really, what is there to like about dis country tho

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  49. I like the fact that we are still moral in not allowing same sex marriage and the peace of moving about . No fear of guns or knife attacks.

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  50. Honestly,i dont like anything about Nigeria,its sad,im just living and breathing,the country isnt helping in anyway,no improvement,no development nothing.Its all good.

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  51. Nigerians humour


    I hate their docility oppressive attitude

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