A large number of Nigerians, no matter what Nigeria has made them go through still loves Nigeria. Though they might say otherwise a couple of times but deep down they love Nigeria. There are some rich Nigerians, who have the fortune to relocate abroad and yet live permanently in Nigeria. Even those who work abroad find time to visit every once in a while to update their Nigerian sense. The Nigerian sense entail things a typical Nigerian doesn’t joke with, e.g a restaurant that sells very delicious but cheap meals (buka) or a free concert. Anything free and cheap catches the fancy of a typical Nigeria, trust a Nigerian to postpone every other thing, and head the way of cheap things. INFORMATION NIGERIA, in this piece brings you some of the things most Nigerians wouldn’t pass…
Fashion: Be it local or western. Fashion to a Nigerian is life itself. That explains why many Nigerian entrepreneurs venture into the industry, with many more aspiring to. Before now, tailoring was seen as a profession for those who didn’t have the head for book but not any more. University graduates and undergraduates are more in the business than even illiterates.
Football: Whether our national teams and local clubs are doing well or not, it doesn’t kills the love of Nigerians for football. The English premier league has become a compulsory activity at weekends and Nigerian wives, who love their husband’s company have also become supporters so as to win their husband’s admiration and keep them at home. Nigerian’s love for football explains alot why sport betting business has become one of the most thriving businesses in Nigeria today.
Party: Be it a wedding ceremony, birthday, house warming, or any other type of gathering where food and drinks flow reckless, Nigerians would easily dedicate a whole day to be there. Apart from football, this is another thing many Nigerians have dedicated their weekends to.
Making money: Nigerians will devise a new strategy or short cut to make money immediately the former one stops working. Nigerians of all ages, tribe and religion love making money. Some Nigerians can do anything for money, including crub toilets as long as it puts food on their table. In fact, most Nigerians will stay at a job they hate completely because of the pay.
Gadgets: Nigerians don’t produce any gadgets but will be the first to buy one when the are launched. Some Nigerians would pull all their resources together just to buy the latest gadget.
Holidays: From Christmas to New Year, Easter to Workers Day to Democracy day to Independence day, a Nigerian worker cherishes these days. The fact that these are days they don’t have to work make Nigerians happy. A lot of foreigners have queried that Nigeria has too many holidays.
What else do you think Nigerians like????