Na we way be dat.
Being innocent doesn’t immunize anyone from facing hassles
Neither does saying “God is my witness” mean anything to the reprobate mind
“My hands are clean” does not guarantee safety in the day of war
Running away is also not the antidote to the wickedness of witchcraft
“I sabi the Governor” is the security for the deluded
“I am a self-made man” the utterance of fools
“That girl is a small girl, I can handle her”, is the river that kills ignorant giants
“I will, I will”, makes the lazy man own castles built in the air
“Tomorrow, tomorrow” is the gospel of the debtor to the creditor
“All die na die”, says the man who doesn’t know he has been captured
“You try, even set, God know say you try” is the encouragement given to losers
“No problem”, says the man who has huge problems
“Your clothes are ready, come tomorrow” says the tailor who hasn’t touched your material
“I am coming” is what the Nigerian says when he is going
“Oga you dey enjoy o”, says the man who is eyeing your wife
“The place is not far, just there” is how a journey of ten kilometres is introduced to the stranger.
“I dey very close” says the man who has not left his house.
To read another ogbonge tok tok mash ground for here Mumu man wey dey beat woman
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