- A young girl has become an internet 'item' as she communicated in Oyinbo accent with a man over the phone
- In the viral video, she not only spoke so well but flowed well while the phone conversation lasted
- Many Nigerians wondered how someone who had not left the country could have such a foreign accent
An emerging video of a young lady speaking fluently in a foreign accent has gained huge traction on social media.
The yet-to-be-identified Nigerian girl was captured in the trending clip in a phone conversation with a man who many assume to be a white man.
The courage and manner in which she engaged the foreigner in the clip stunned many.
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Social media users who were obviously blown away said her accent was so clean. Others wondered where she got the intonation from for one who appears to have not left the shores of the country.
It was yet to be established the purpose of the phone conversation.
The clip has been watched over 78k times as of the time of making this report.
"This have all the mark of wrong on it. I de cry here. You're not helping this child's future. Somebody should be arrested quick!"
"Na pure accent be this...but them no suppose cast her like this ...it’s not right to video her she sef don loose guard her work go cast."
"Her accent sounds like mine. I love good accent. Anyone here with this type of accent?"
"Anytime I want to be talking to my daddy in Diaspora, I we be changing accent upandan. You are doing well o baby."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about a heartbreaking video of a little girl calling on her late dad from his obituary poster.
In the video which was shared on Twitter via Chris Osa Media, the little girl is seen pointing at her late father's poster on the ambulance and calling out 'daddy'.
After getting no response, the little girl runs over to the front of the car where another poster was pasted and attempts to call him again, oblivious to the significance of his passing.