What does collabo mean in Nigerian?

Collabo is a Nigerian slang that emanate from the actual English word “Collaboration” which means to partner or come together for a particular task. The slang became popular 9 years ago when a Nigerian musician Dee Bee (Durojaiye) the chorus of the song had repetition of the word Collabo in it.

What does Oya mean in Nigerian?

‘Oya’ is one Nigerian slang that has no definite meaning, however, it is used in a given context which could mean come, let’s go, start or basically just an endearment to begin something or respond. It is commonly used across the nation and in some neighbouring countries too.

How many languages are there in nigeria?

There are over 525 native languages spoken in Nigeria. The official language of Nigeria is English, the language of former colonial British Nigeria.

What is the confrontation?

: the act of confronting : the state of being confronted: such as. a : a face-to-face meeting a confrontation between the suspect and the victim. b : the clashing of forces or ideas : conflict a violent confrontation between rival gangs.

Is Collab a real word?

Informal. a collaboration: a new collab between a Russian designer and a British clothing brand. a collaborator: Thanks to all my collabs!

What does Oshey mean in Nigeria?

Oshey baddest! Synonyms: [“Good job“, ” nice one”, ” big up”] Origin: Lagos.

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What does shakara mean in Nigeria?

Shakara. Definition: This word means when someone is posing or showing off.

How do u say hello in Nigerian?

Ẹ n lẹ means hello in this part of Nigeria.

Which tribe is richest in Nigeria?

But when you want to count the tribe with the richest person as in who has the highest quantified wealth, then it is the Hausa-Fulani and followed by the Yoruba tribe and then Igbo. But by population of rich Nigerians, Igbos are the richest.

Do Nigerians speak English?

It is the most widely spoken language, although English is the official language of Nigeria. In addition to English, Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo, Fula, and English Creole are widely spoken. Many of the languages exist in written form.

What is the main religion in Nigeria?

The dominant religions in Nigeria are Islam and Christianity, imported to West Africa generations ago. But traditional African religion has not been forgotten, especially among the Yoruba ethnic group.

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