Funny Couple Feigns Anger, Announces Their Decision to Tear Passport and Leave Nigeria
- A funny clip of two Nigerians who made a video announcing that they are no longer part of Nigeria has warmed hearts
- In the video, the man and woman could be seen seriously explaining why they want to tear their passport, only for them to start laughing in the end
- It was a video made about some Nigerians who tore their passports because they were not satisfied with the outcome of the presidential election
After the general election, which took place from February 25 to March 18, there have been videos of some Nigerians tearing their passports because they were not satisfied with the outcome of the polls.
The couple also decided to join the trend, but they did not go as far as tearing their passport as their video was to mimic others.
The couple feigned anger and disappointment while addressing people in front of the camera, so it may be believed that they were angry until the end.
They began to laugh
Just when one was waiting for them to tear their passport, they retracted their statement and began to laugh.
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Many social media users who reacted to the video found the clip funny.
Watch the video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"They will still come home."
"I hope Nigerian foreign office is taking notes of the participants!"
@gbebesky1973 also said:
"But who stole the mandate?"
"Its how we take something that's so serious and then turn it into a joke smh we deserve what we get."
@a.l.p.h.a.m.e.r.k.y also reacted:
"I think say marriage na If one person no get sense, the other person go help am...These two be like dem no go help oo."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a young man tore his passport after announcing that he no longer wanted to be associated with Nigeria, his country of birth.
In the viral video shared by Kayode Ogundamisi on Twitter, the young man said he was disappointed with the outcome of the presidential election where Bola Ahmed Tinubu was announced as the President-elect to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari.
Believing that the outcome was flawed, the young man, who was previously a citizen before his announcement, said he supported Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, but his support was based on the politician's competence and had nothing to do with the fact they share the same language.