What is normal in Nigeria but weird in most part of the world?

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    Nigeria is a great country with over 500 tribes and languages.

    There are so many things we do that would be considered weird by other countries.

    Let me give you just 3 main norms in Nigeria that are weird in other countries.

    1. EATING WITH OUR HANDS.

    In Nigerian we love to eat out indigenous foods with our hands.

    It’s a norm here that made even Mark Zukerburg use his hand.

    It may seem weird in many countries but we enjoy it here.

    2. HAWKING

    In Nigeria hawking is a norm and its now part of our lives.

    We do buy things on the bus in traffic from hawkers and they really help because you can’t stay in traffic for an hour with all the heat and smoke without wanting one of this.

    Hawking is a norm here.

    3. YOU HAVE TO UNDERGO ALL THREE TYPES MARRIAGES BEFORE YOU GO HOME WITH YOUR WIFE.

    Before you go home with your wife you have to undergo these three types of marriages before going home with your wife in nigeria:

    TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE:

    This is a must in Nigeria, without seeing the parents and doing all necessary things in the village of the bride YOU CAN’T GET MARRIED TO A NIGERIAN LADY, The most important aspect of it is the “PAYING OF BRIDE PRICE”,

    COURT WEDDING:

    You have to get your marriage certificate from the court so this one is a must in Nigeria too.

    You have to make your marriage legal (Recognised by the Government)

    WHITE WEDDING:

    Due to how Religious we are in Nigeria we always make sure every couple gets married in the church or mosque.

    Now we also after the religious rites have been performed and completed, we move into the second aspect of the white wedding

    THE RECEPTION.

    This is where we eat and dance and celebrate because after this last set of marriage the Groom can now take the bride home.

    All these Norms makes NIGERIA unique and special despite all political difficulties and challenges.

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