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Why I Always Start My Sentence With ‘Abeg No Vex’ – Omawumi Opens Up

Why I Always Start My Sentence With ‘Abeg No Vex’ – Omawumi Opens Up

Nigerian singer Omawumi has talked about the traits of some people who are born and raised in Nigeria by default.

According to Omawumi, the situation or the challenges the country faces makes people who are born in Nigeria angry automatically. This makes her find a special way to ask or address something whenever she wants to, especially on the streets.

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The singer revealed that she always pleads with them before she asks her question. In pidgin, she starts by saying “abeg no vex”, then the question follows.

She wrote;

When you’re born into Nigeria, you’re automatically angry by default

That’s why when I want to ask someone something on the street, I always start my sentence with “Abeg no vex” before I proceed

In other news, after being released by the Department of State Security a few days ago, Nollywood veteran actor Chiwetalu Agu has broken his silence.

It would be preferable for the Igbos to leave Nigeria, he believes. Agu told Broadway TV that when troops arrested him in Anambra, they dragged him.

He did say, however, that he was not beaten up when he was transferred to DSS. He said that his uniform had no connection to Biafra, the Eastern security network, or IPOB while speaking about his detention.

Agu claimed that his outfit represented the rising sun, implying that people will rise from their previous state to a better one.

Source; Ghgossip.com

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