7 Interesting Facts About Sundays In a Typical Nigerian Home

Must Read

Mali Swears In Bah Ndaw As New Civilian Leader

Mali's new president Bah Ndaw has been sworn into office, five weeks after the overthrow of Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta. Former...

Troublesome South African Baboon Evicted For Organizing Gang To Raid Homes

Kataza is an urban baboon who was captured and put in a local prison for organizing a band of baboons to join him in raiding 15 homes in Kommetjie, on Cape Town's southern peninsula in South Africa.

A Leading University In China Now Teaches Ethiopia’s Amharic Language As A Full Course

A leading university in China — Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) — has started to offer Ethiopia's widely spoken...



Sundays can be very interesting in Nigerian homes.

In no particular order, here are 7 interesting Facts About Sundays in A Typical Nigeria Home (Christian home). enjoy.

1. Bread and tea


Bread and tea is the most favoured meal, most Nigerians take bread and tea before going to church. Which isn’t surprising considering the fact that it is very easy to prepare.

2. Rice culture


Rice is almost always prepared in every Nigerian Home on sunday afternoons.

3. Sunday best

c39xc6law5xgmok7o5np.jpg
Nigerian Christians wear their best clothes on Sundays.

4. You must go church


As a young adult/teenager, when it’s sunday You just don’t have a say, you must go to church.

5. After church


Because they are usually not allowed to watch whatever they want, After church on Sundays, most young adults spend their whole day in their room or outside instead of with their parents in the living room/parlour.

6. Angry dads


Many (if not all) Nigerian Dads get angry every sunday morning before church. Why? Because their wives always delays them.. they just wont come out of the dressing room early.

7. The wrong reasons

fghh
Many Nigerians who go to church on Sundays do so not because they want to worship God or anything, but because they either want To show off a new cloth, see what others are wearing or woo ladies or entice guys



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

Subscribe to receive email updates

With a subscription profile, you automatically receive updates without having to return to the website and check for changes

Just In

Mali Swears In Bah Ndaw As New Civilian Leader

Mali's new president Bah Ndaw has been sworn into office, five weeks after the overthrow of Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta. Former...

Troublesome South African Baboon Evicted For Organizing Gang To Raid Homes

Kataza is an urban baboon who was captured and put in a local prison for organizing a band of baboons to join him in raiding 15 homes in Kommetjie, on Cape Town's southern peninsula in South Africa.

A Leading University In China Now Teaches Ethiopia’s Amharic Language As A Full Course

A leading university in China — Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) — has started to offer Ethiopia's widely spoken Amharic language as a full...

TIME 100: Tony Elumelu, Three Other Nigerians Makes Time’s list of 100 Most Influential People Of 2020

Tony Elumelu, is among four Nigerians named by the Time Magazine International in their 2020 list of 100 most influential people in the world...

Zambia’s Namwali Serpell Wins UK’s Top Prize For Science Fiction

Zambia's Namwali Serpell has won the UK’s top prize for science fiction, the Arthur C Clarke award, for her first novel "The Old Drift". The...

More Articles Like This