10 characteristics of the average Nigerian

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10 characteristics of the average Nigerian

  1. They are passionate about their religious faiths. An overwhelming number of Nigerians want to go to heaven when they die
  2. Nigerians are closely attached to their ethnic groups and traditional rulers
  3. They love entertainment and merriment
  4. They hate being called just plain Mr or Ms No other people on the world live amassing titles like us
  5. They believe how much material wealth you have is a measure of your worth
  6. They believe that public transport is for the poor and lazy
  7. They believe the government has the capacity to solve all of society’s socio-economic woes
  8. They live high-end products and as we produce none of this ourselves, they are shamelessly happy to import their needs
  9. We are embarrassingly sycophantic. Decades of living under military rule have engrained the Oga-at-the-top mentality into our psyche. Our top-to-bottom mentality makes it impossible for an average Nigerian to refuse in reasonable orders
  10. Nigerians appreciate the value of education. However, this means they disrespect people who did not go to university irrespective of what skills they possess

10 characteristics of the average Nigerian

You simply cannot build a global superpower when your population thinks this way. A higher level of thinking is required.
Written by:

Ayo Akinfe, born in Salford, Manchester, is a London-based journalist who has worked as a magazine and newspaper editor for the last 20 years. Ayo attended Federal Government College Kaduna and obtained his first degree in history from the University of Ibadan.

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