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Nigerian embraces plenty new slangs regularly. In this post, we bring you the poplar slangs, hw they oriented and their meanings.

Terry G – Akpako

Meaning anything that can be used to hit someone, it also relatively means to tell a huge lie. [Nack Apako].

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  7. Who ever compiled this is totally incorrect,he doesnt know the difference between slang and dialect,,,please go back to your high school .

  8. Whoever compiled this rubbish should go back to his high school & learn more about slang,phrases & dialects

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