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    Chop Knuckle Black Tote bag

    22,99

    “Chop Knuckle” is the Nigerian pidgin English expression of the “Fist bump”.

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    Go Slow Tote bag

    22,99

    We pay hommage to the legendary Lagos traffic jam!

    Lagos is the economic capital of Nigeria. It is also its capital for traffic jams! Lagos is arguably one of the cities in the world where you can set off for an appointment 3 hours early and still arrive late.

    But don’t dispair because even in that traffic, you can get your car washed, shop clothing accessories such as sunglasses, wristwatches and eat enough ‘gala’ & coke to sustain you through the traffic jam.

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    I Beta Pass My Neighbor Black Tote bag

    22,99

    This expression describes the Tiger brand electric generator widely sold in Nigeria.

    It became popular because the Tiger brand produces generators with power rating below 2KVA, therefore making it portable and affordable for university students, low income homes and small businesses to power their homes and businesses.

    In the literal sense it means “If I own a Tiger generator, then I’m better off than my neighbor who can’t afford one”.

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    It is not my portion Tote bag

    22,99

    This expression is mostly used in a religious context to reject any looming sign of negative events. Imagine if in your workplace there are rumors of a huge staff downsizing, someone religious would ‘claim’ that he / she will not be affected and say “losing my job is not my portion!”

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    No Wahala Black Tote bag

    22,99

    If there’s a Nigerian pidgin expression to know, then it’s definitely “No wahala” which simply means “No problem”.

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    No Wahala Tote bag

    22,99

    If there’s a Nigerian pidgin expression to know, then it’s definitely “No wahala” which simply means “No problem”.

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    No Wahala Tote bag

    22,99

    If there’s a Nigerian pidgin expression to know, then it’s definitely “No wahala” which simply means “No problem”.

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    Tear Rubber Tote bag

    22,99

    A famous street slang used to express the acquisition of something brand new. However, this is most commonly used for cars.

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    Up NEPA Black Tote bag

    22,99

    This is an expression used to acknowledge or praise the National Electric Power Authority when electricity supply is restored. It means “thumbs up Nepa, power is back!” A true Nigerian experience is experiencing regular power outages!

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    Up NEPA Tote bag

    22,99

    This is an expression used to acknowledge or praise the National Electric Power Authority when electricity supply is restored. It means “thumbs up Nepa, power is back!” A true Nigerian experience is experiencing regular power outages!

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    Wetin Dey Happen Black Tote bag

    22,99

    “Wetin dey happen?” is the Nigerian pidgin English equivalent of way “What’s going on?” in Queen’s English. On the streets. in open markets, in public transports, in offices and everywhere Nigerians are, you’re almost certain to hear this expression.

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