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“I cannot come and go and…” is a phrase used to express an action, task or responsibility that you cannot be bothered about!
No Wahala is a common phrase used in the Nigerian Pidgin English meaning “No problem”.
No Wahala in Nigerian Pidgin English simply means “No problem”. ‘Wahala’ meaning ‘problem’ features regularly in most Nigerian songs and Nollywood movies.
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.”
“Wetin dey happen?” is the Nigerian pidgin English equivalent of “What’s going on?”.
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