Nigerian man advises people on how to survive in Lagos, many agree with him

Nigerian man advises people on how to survive in Lagos, many agree with him

- A Nigerian man named Victor Babatunde has said for one to survive in Lagos, he or she must be willing to adapt

- According to Babatunde, anyone living in Lagos must know how to switch from being nice to being aggressive

- Many of those who took to the comment section of his post agreed with him as they shared their Lagos experiences

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A Nigerian man has taken to social media to advise people on how to survive in Lagos, a city where residents are expected to be smart.

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The man identified as Victor Babatunde said anyone who intends to survive in Lagos needs the technical know-how to switch from being nice to being aggressive.

In his words:

"To survive in Lagos, You need the technical know-how to switch from "Hello" to "Wetin dey happen?" to "Sholoriburuku ni iya e ni?""

What he implied is that residents of Lagos must be able to adapt to any situation they find themselves in. Meaning they should be nice to whoever is nice to them and also be aggressive to anyone who believes in aggression.

Nigerian man advises people on how to survive in Lagos, many agree with him
A Nigerian man has advised people on how to survive in Lagos. Photo credit: Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP
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Tweeps took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.

@anik_aprl wrote:

"I’m always amazed at how good I can insult when it’s needed."

@Dee_mmaah commented:

"Violence Violence Violence, is that the only thing you people promote in Lagos?"

Reacting to @Dee_mmaah's response, @i_soloz said:

"The problem is if u do not want it, they will bring it to you."

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@i_soloz commented:

"I was standing at the bus stop one night and one young man was running towards my direction screaming na part of them be this before I could say anything them don land me better slap... Would u still choose sanity here?"

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In a previous report by Legit.ng, a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @loistruly took to the social media site to narrate how she was saved from depression by a street urchin popularly called agbero.

The lady, who said she quit her job and was homeless in 2019, disclosed that she was struggling to not fall into depression.

According to her, she went to Victoria Island in Lagos to see a movie so as not to drown in her sadness. She said the play lifted her spirit a bit but she was still sad.

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Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.

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