Man claims Nigerian company prohibited employees from using slangs from Naira Marley

Man claims Nigerian company prohibited employees from using slangs from Naira Marley

- A Twitter user recently recounted how he came across a company that prohibited employees from using vulgar language

- According to the individual, the company frowned against the use of ‘mad o’ and slangs from Naira Marley

- Several internet users reacted to his post with mixed feelings

A Nigerian man identified as @drolusesan on the microblogging platform, Twitter, recently humoured members of the internet community with the story of a company’s memo he came across.

According to him, the organization through its human resource officer prohibited employees from using vulgar language within its business premises.

The memo specifically highlighted expressions such as ‘mad o’ and any other vulgar slangs that are commonly used by fans of rapper Naira Marley, who often refer to themselves as ‘Marlians’.

"I saw a company's HR memo prohibiting use of 'mad oo' by employees, within its business premises. It says all forms of vulgarity, "mad ooo" and innuendos derived from being Marlian, Naira Marley's song, or street saying that doesn't portray ethical speeches are banned. HR aye!," his tweet read.

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