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Are you an Ajepako or Ajebota? Why do you think you are Ajekpako or Ajebota?

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1. If you were born and raised in Malaysia before traveling abroad - Yeap

2. If you attended a public or government school - Yeap

3. If you lived as a tenant or in a family old house - Yeap

4. If you know almost every household in your community - Yeap

5. If you didn't have a maid, driver, cook and etc. You and your siblings have to share the house work. - Nope. I have a cook 2 drivers and a maid

6. If you hardly stay home - I always stay at home

7. If you grew up only speaking your native language or your dialect - nope

8. If traveling abroad isn't a guarantee. You just hope for it - Nope

9. Can't just travel abroad just for vacations or general visit. - Nope

10. If you bought most of your belongings yourself, or got it free through a relative used, or through Christmas or birthday gift. - Yes and No

11. If you didn't have generator at home growing up. Had to deal with NEPA taking light. - Malaysia dont use generator naa

12. Don't have to take permission to leave the house every time - Yes

13. If you have to struggle or hustle your way to get rich on your own, not through rich dad assistant or parents inheritants. - No and yes

14. If you had to hustle to make ends meet - Nope

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Both.

Wood can look nice, butter is lovely.

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rotflmao.

I no be Aje anything o

God Forbid

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ife-eco-06 is ajepako, and no regret!!!

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does it mean they have a lot of mayo when they eat, wats their status abeg

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And how old are you? . . . 9? *rolleyes!*

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i'm ajebota, my father is a commisioner

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NL is the first place am hearing this words. Ajepkako and Ajebota.

meaning please?

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ajeamala +ajeakamu

whats urs

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Don't be so sure, the so called ajebota girl might not have looked different from the Ajepako when she was a kid. Most of them 'brush up' and 'wisen up' when they get older.

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none of the above but ajebota

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i am me, AJEAMALA&GBEGIRI

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A typical Ajepako and Ajebota girl

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was Born an Ajebota, Grew up an Agekpako, now I'm made up of the two stuffs

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Some rules:

1. Ajepako guys like dating ajebota babes - smooth skin and tender lips.

2. Ajebota babes long for ajepako guys - solid physique and general ruggedness

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Some of the stuff apply to me and some do not. So I guess I'm mixed breed, kinda like ajepakoish-botta, now ain't that sth?

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i am in the middle naija diva can we be friends?visit my site www.kerous.bravehost.com or u can call +2348034871888

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Proper Ajepako, can't see myself an Ajebota. it would have been boring

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same here, am in d middle.

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okay, i get it now. your last post was more understandable.

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You are an Ajebota.

Most of those thing applies to me, So i consider myself an Ajekpako. I am proud of be an Ajekpako because i tend to

appreciate and value what i have become now and i can talk about what i have been through in the past to get to

where i am now. Ajebota always have opportunity waiting for them, Ajekpako on the other hand, have to go seek for

the opportunity themselves.

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okay u tell me what i am.

1. no

2.yes

3.no

4.no

5. no maid, house cook, or driver

6. never home

7.no

8.no

9. travel if i have time and don't have to work.

10.no

11.no

12. sometimes

13.no

14.never

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That is why i said if you were born and raised in Naija before traveling abroad and all this happened when living in Naija.

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but it has to do mostly with the naija way of life. i'm under the american way of life. like for example, its rare to find people in america with drivers, and house maid. in naija, anybody could have one. i wasn't born or raised in nigeria and i always speak english. so some of those lists apply to me from an american stand point and then some of them apply to me from a nigerian standpoint. so i can' t really choose.

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@naija_diva

If more than half of those applies to you, then you are an Ajekpako

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Me I be pako roro.

If Ajepako see me e go run

I over pako sef.

I think I pigin, I speak Yoruba but I write in English

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You are an Ajekpako if most to these applies to you when in Naija. Ajebota the other way around.

1. If you were born and raised in Nigeria before traveling abroad

2. If you attended a public or government school

3. If you lived as a tenant or in a family old house

4. If you know almost every household in your community

5. If you didn't have a maid, driver, cook and etc. You and your siblings have to share the house work.

6. If you hardly stay home

7. If you grew up only speaking pidgin English or your dialect

8. If traveling abroad isn't a guarantee. You just hope for it

9. Can't just travel abroad just for vacations or general visit.

10. If you bought most of your belongings yourself, or got it free through a relative used, or through Christmas or birthday gift.

11. If you didn't have generator at home growing up. Had to deal with NEPA taking light.

12. Don't have to take permission to leave the house every time

13. If you have to struggle or hustle your way to get rich on your own, not through rich dad assistant or parents inheritants.

14. If you had to hustle to make ends meet

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if i can get the meaning to both words than i'll give my answer.

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