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    7 Reasons Why Nigerians Are Happy People



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    7 Reasons Why Nigerians Are Happy People

    Post by Admin on Fri Mar 18, 2016 9:43 am

    The United Nations has released its
    2016 ranking of happiest nations
    and Denmark is on top of the list
    while Burundi is the least happy
    Our dearly beloved Nigeria is
    placed 103rd country making it the
    happiest country in West Africa.
    Of course, we know it’s not as high
    as Algeria which is on the 38th
    rank or Mauritius or Libya on 66th
    and 67th respectively, but we try to
    be happy, really.
    And we’ll be highlighting some of
    the reasons why Nigerians are
    happy people.
    1. Football
    Football is one reason Nigerians
    are happy. All over the country,
    there are groups of people – old
    and young alike who take football
    as a way of life. There are even
    social tournaments now such as the
    Socialiga and the TPL
    2. Food
    Food makes us so happy – so happy
    that we could forget our sorrows
    whenever we eat.
    From the woman who screams okpa
    di oku in Enugu, to the people at
    White House and their bomb ass
    rice and stew, to the Hausa mishai
    who’s making noodles in Lagos.
    Not to forget the dope ass party
    jollof rice.
    3. Music
    Don’t mess with Nigerians.
    Whether we hear “It’s Young John
    the Wicked Producer” or
    “Legendury Beatz” or some old
    Nigerian musician from way back,
    we love music and we enjoy
    listening all the time.
    It may be on our headset or in the
    barbing salon when you’re cutting
    your hair, you feel slightly better
    with the right music.
    4. Party
    Nigerians love to party. We love to
    wear our favorite clothes and
    expensive jewelry and come out
    and dance.
    We love the thrill that comes with
    parties – be it weddings, birthdays
    and even nightlife. You know we
    throw the best parties and
    sometimes for the flimsiest of
    5. The Hustle
    It may come off as tiring but the
    hustle for the good life keeps us
    Better put, the quest for the good
    good life makes us grind so hard
    we don’t feel it. That is the spirit of
    the average Nigerian.
    6. Dance
    From Shakitibobo to Yahoozee and
    back to Shoki, we love to wiggle
    and go down low and just shake
    body! In the line of a P-Square song
    “Even if you get money, dey jolly
    dey shake body.”
    7. Social Media
    Like it or hate it, social media keeps
    a lot of Nigerians happy. In a city
    where ther are people who have no
    off hours except on the weekend,
    social media is their one tool to
    meet new people and build new
    relationships and we cherish it a
    From Facebook updates to tweets
    and subliminal messages and
    Instagram, or Snapchat videos, we
    love them all.

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