Nigerian parties are always turnt!
Other countries are learning when it comes to the act of partying. Our “Owambes” are fun, entertaining and filled with awesome jollof rice.
Naija didn’t choose the party life, the party life chose us
Growing up, we had lots of fun with games and television. But parties were part of the fun. We had birthdays, naming ceremonies and more to attend.
The party life definitely started early. Here are some memories we all share from our awesome Naija childhood:
1. Every Owambe is payday
Do you know how many potential money sprayers will come for the party?! Time to get paid. Lol!
2. Dancing harder to attract money sprayers
When the money starts to fall, the dance has to increase.
3. Overeating because your mum is in charge of food
Trust your Naija mother to keep plenty food for you, your siblings and your entire extended family. You go too chop!
4. The best part of the party: Drinks
5. Waiting for your parents after the party
Parents can like to gist after the party has ended. Don’t they know the party is over and it’s time to go?
6. The parental banking system surfaces
Isn’t it surprising that all the money you made somehow disappears into your parents’ “I’ll keep the money for you” habit? And you never see it. Like why are they: