5 aspects of Nigerian mentality that you can’t succeed without in this country

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5 aspects of Nigerian mentality that you can't succeed without in this country

In Nigeria live 190 million people. This is so much that our country is regarded as the most populous nation in Africa and the third in the world. No wonder that there’s not enough of drinking water, quality houses, well-paid work, and even power supply. But all these do not make us upset. Instead, we pursue studies in higher education abroad, make a tremendous career, and drive those cars we want.

Is that all about our mentality? If yes, then which aspects of our character made us so resistible to life cataclysms? Our Agency together with Jiji, found them all out.

Eye for freebies.

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The first aspect of the Nigerian mentality that you can’t succeed without in this country

Awoof gifts add value to our lives, as well as give the thrill of the competition. Clothes, food, tickets, whatsoever if it’s free you need to be there to get this in no time at all. If you feel uncomfortable to push in to conquer the desired thing, you’ll hardly go through Nigerian realities where an average salary is 465,843 NGN per month.

Fashion is my profession

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The second aspect of Nigerian mentality that you can’t succeed without in this country

Being stylish isn’t a requirement but a state of mind of an ordinary Nigerian. Life in slums isn’t an excuse to look like a hobo. We can always swimmingly combine clothes even if they were found in a second-hand store. Final effect: a look, which isn’t worse than Rihanna’s one on the red carpet and makes you full of beans.

Football addiction

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The 3rd aspect of Nigerian mentality that you can’t succeed without in this country

Being stylish isn’t a requirement but a state of mind of an ordinary Nigerian. Life in slums isn’t an excuse to look like a hobo. We can always swimmingly combine clothes even if they were found in a second-hand store. Final effect: a look, which isn’t worse than Rihanna’s one on the red carpet and makes you full of beans.

Long-life education

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The 4th aspect of Nigerian mentality that you can’t succeed without in this country

We love learning something new. And if it can bring additional value to our life, then it’s even better. A diploma isn’t just a piece of paper that gives access to the world of rich men and power. This is a lifestyle. School, university, or extra courses show the desire of a person to develop their skills and improve knowledge. Why? To get a lot of money for your work, you first have to become a valuable employee.

Entrepreneurial spirit

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The fifth aspect of Nigerian mentality that you can’t succeed without in this country

Nigerians love doing business ― small, middle, or big-sized, this doesn’t matter. We start up all over the place. If good returns are looming on the horizon we are there: right along the street sitting on the ground, behind our own market stall, or on the Internet, on Jiji online platform. The classified allows placing goods and advertise them. As more people are looking very for your goods, you market items in no time at all.