- A clothes seller in Dubai has amazed many people online as he spoke Igbo to some Nigerian customers in his shop
- The men were surprised at his mastery of the language as they greeted him with handshakes like a brother
- Many Nigerians who reacted to the video said the oyinbo man even spoke the language better than they do
An oyinbo man in Dubai has amazed some Nigerian Igbo men shopping for clothes in Dubai in a video posted by comedian Mc Zanzino on Instagram.
In the short clip, the white man conversed with four Nigerians who walked into his shop to buy clothes.
The Nigerians were impressed
His conversation with them was so fluid. The oyinbo man even did the popular Nigerian handshake to show them he knows their culture.
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Posting the video online, the comedian said that Nigerians already 'corrupted' the white man in Dubai as he said "Nigeria to the world".
Watch the video below:
When the video was reshared by Tunde Ednut on the platform, it gathered over 700 comments and thousands of views.
They've taught him well
Below are some of the reactions:
"Is the yem egom osiso is for me."
"Chai una don teach am finish."
"Na confirm oyibo agbero."
"This one speak pass me."
"Any country in the world you inter first thing make sure you ask about them(Igbo) and no Igbo man there, use your return ticket fast."
"THIS ONE NA NAIRA MARLIAN OYINBO."
"This one wan tell us say you no fit call Oyibo complete without pronouncing Ibo."
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A white man learning Yoruba
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the video of a white man trying hard to speak the Yoruba language stirred massive reactions on social media.
In a clip shared by Nigerian Actress Bukky Wright, a Nigerian man stood behind a white man as he reeled out Yoruba expressions.
The white man repeated every phrase the Nigerian man said. Hard as he tried, his pronunciation still came out funnily.