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“Do This Before You Come To UK” – Nigerian Man Advises People Planning To ‘Japa’ (VIDEO)

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"Do This Before You Come To UK" - Nigerian Man Advises People Planning To 'Japa' (VIDEO)

A Nigerian living in the UK has advised his fellow people planning to travel aka ‘Japa’ to the United Kingdom.

While walking in a street in the UK, a young man who spoke in a pidgin accent, talked about the difficulty he was facing in satisfying his urge.

Depicts Lady At The London Bridge
Depicts Lady At The London Bridge

According to him, he has been unable to get in bed with a woman abroad because they believe that if you’re trying to get attached to them, must be for paper.

In his words:

“See me now, I don dey here for good…going to two years now and I never see knack o. I get many of them as friends o, girls everywhere buh them no dey gree knack o cause they believe na paper wan make I knack them because they know say if I knack them Wella na, them fit forget themselves begin follow me”.

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