5 Sounds That Deserve Nigerian Citizenship At This Point

March 6, 2020

If you live in Nigeria, there are sounds/noises that you have grown used to. At this point, they are so ingrained in our daily lives that we should just give them citizenship at this point.

1) Sound from mosque/church.

I can’t decide the winner between early morning “where will you spend eternity?” and call to prayer from mosques. These are unofficial alarms for Nigerians.

2) Generator sound.

The ghetto. Ratata.

3) Nepa siren.

Up NEPA!

4) Rubbish statements from our politicians.

From the stables that brought to you “Lazy Nigerian youths” and social media bill.

5) Sound of silence from Government in times of crisis.

Nigerian Government left this chat.

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