A person who is unwilling to spend money ,does not know when,why,even if there are genuine and pressing needs to make such expenditure
Her husband too dey Wenger these days...
Used when a man or woman of high standing is belittled.
See as mopol thrash that guy, a whole director for that matter.
It refers to a large bottle of Guinness stout.
Madam abeg give my guy odeku and nkwobi.
Bobo this your sugarcane Na die
Origin: Port Harcourt
Very Plenty; see Nyafu-Nyafu
First Bank dey sama borku borku cash prize for that promo.
1.It refers to a freebie.
MTN give me awoof data o!
Illicit home-made gin.
This weather need serious burukutu
Usually refers to a Brassiere.
Babe I go need buy new brekoyan, this one don weak.
Native gin. Illicit gin.
The guy dey smell akpeteshi
It is the adverb of jeje meaning gentle.
As I hear the casala wey burst, I jejely pack my bag comot.
We support you.
Oga no fear, area full ground remain.
agbada go hook
Okoto meow meow kutu kutu skrrrrr.