Stella Dimoko Nigerian History


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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Nigerian History

Northerners protest against military rule in Zaria (1966)

- While some cultures believe it’s rude to not look someone in the eye, in Nigeria, it is customary to not look into someone’s eyes as direct eye contact is seen as being disrespectful.

From Nigerian facts on twitter.


  1. I thank God for my kind of eyes. If you annoy me and I fixed my eyes on you ehn, fear go catch you😁😁😁

  2. Replies
    1. It is time for us to protest against them.
      O too ge!

  3. I don't understand the correlation of the Military Protest and looking into one's eyes?

  4. help me ask o. what's the correlation

  5. They protest cos no be northerners they in power, since they enter military rule nobody hear their voice again that's is to show the power hungry & hypocrite the northern has always been

  6. That's why the oyinbos believe you are lieing if you don't look straight into their eyes.


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