10 Things That Are Now a Common Part of Our Daily Culture
There are some things that have come to be a common part of our daily culture in Nigeria, we do them everyday, use them everyday, we see them everyday, we have them etc (when i say we i mean the vast majority). Below are 10 things That Are Now a Common Part of Our Daily Culture.
1. Urinating in public
What else are we to do, it’s not like there are strategically placed public conveniences in our cities.
Somehow this is now part of our culture. I guess Sen. Adolphus Wabara was right when he said “Corruption is a household thing, there is virtually no Nigerian who is not corrupt”.
3. The internet
Used to be a very rare commodity, but not anymore. All thanks to smartphones and network providers.
Our phones has so become part of our daily culture that most of us can’t even envision being without our phone for even a minute.
We have successfully built our lives around our phones.
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As a result of the epileptic power supply within the country, a large chunk of Nigeria’s population now make use of power banks everyday to charge their Phones.
Virtually everyone now in Nigeria own a power bank, and most of us take them wherever we go.
6. Generator sets
Another ubiquitous thing about Nigeria.
Generators infact has become an entirely necessary machinery in Nigeria. Without it your household can’t function.
Somehow this has become part of our daily culture.. #Nigeria
Football to be precise. Football has become an entirely necessary part of our daily lives that it has even hatched its own subculture in Nigeria.
I know this one is a bit obvious, but this list won’t be complete without it.
This is possibly one of the most ubiquitous thing about Nigeria.
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