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Thursday, June 27, 2019

Nigerian Students Showcase Rich Nigerian Culture In Germany

This took place at a Global Village event at the University of GΓΆttingen, Germany on 25th June, 2019.
The Nigerian Students who wore Nigerian outfits,cooked Nigerian delicacies and danced to Nigerian music and everyone loved the food and music...

 Can you spot the Jollof rice and fried rice?











One of the Nigerians Jessy Ezebuihe says ''This is to encourage our fellow Nigerians by letting them know that some of us are also working hard to represent and showcase the country in the best way possible. We might be in diaspora but we love and cherish Nigeria and we encourage every Nigerian citizen to do their best in showing the world that many goods things exist in Nigeria amidst trending derogatory news''.

Well done Students!!!





22 comments:

  1. Nice one πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  2. Yaba left escapee27 June 2019 at 12:06

    Sauerbraten or Spatzle in sight?..... yummy!

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  3. Good for them. They have constant light so they can celebrate Nigeria in the Diaspora. One month now no light im a whole area, not street oh, that you will say its transformer problem. A whole area like Uselu, Wuse, Osubi, surulere I'm just giving examples of what i mean by a whole area.

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    1. My dear, no be only light ooo; ogbonge bad roads and health facilities nko?

      How do you want me to celebrate Nigeria on an empty stomach and I see all these street urchins, beggars, old men and women who even have no hope of where to eat or sleep?😒😒😒

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    2. But what are you as an individual doing or not doing to contribute to the country's development? Everything is not government, the people too have a role to play.

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  4. Thats nice, well done.

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  5. Keep it up my good patriot s

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  6. abeg is fried rice a nigeria delicacy,i thought i will see eguisi,tuwo,etc

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  7. Blind patriots

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  8. I can't wait to celebrate Nigeria from the abroad too. Amen!

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