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Have You Travelled Out Before? If Yes:

Have you travelled out of nigeria before? if yes, wetin u go first see when u comot from naija?

I know why i dey ask, i no be mumu o so no curse me.

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To the average Nigerian (emphasis on average) it is and that's just fine.

Come to think of it, how many times have I heard an oyinbo say they're excited to be travelling to Europe or South America.

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u make it seem travelling abroad is biggie?

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Your friend funny o! So the thing that trips him most is people kissing on the road?

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your friend na liar

I had travelled with my parents as a kid and you knew you were no longer in Naija when you hear the weather in london is 58 degrees and we would be making our final decent or in 1994 i looked out the plane and i saw a limo going towards the airport and i knew i was in NY

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ok. let me tell you what i hear from my friend. Is it true that you will see different people doing a lot of different things like kissing on the road or something?

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The first sign that you are out of Nija is when you hear the pilot saying welcome to Ghana.

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> No honking of car horns everywhere

> You'll stop shouting 'UP NEPA'

> Fresh Air

> During Winter, you'll think AC dey evrywhere

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i'm just asking becos i will travel very soon cos im tired and i just want to go out and see the world. so let me say it like this, what will be the first sign that you are out of naija?

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In my own case na afternoon sun wey not dey bite. Thank God.

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First thing?

HSBC adverts in the arrival walkway connecting the aeroplane to the Terminal building. (Heathrow airport)

A huge totem pole comprising of a deer a bear and an eagle welcoming you to Canada (Vancouver airport)

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rephrase your question, maybe it will make more meaning.

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