5 Things That Make A Saturday A Nigerian Saturday

Ah, Saturdays! The day the hustle takes a backseat and Nigerians turn into masters of enjoyment. But what exactly makes a Saturday a Nigerian Saturday?

1. Saturday Chores:

It’s not a Saturday without the load and plentiful house chores that have to be done. From sweeping the entire compound to environmental sanitation to doing the dirty laundry. your Saturday cannot be complete if you don’t do your Saturday chores.

2. Saturday Market Runs:

Saturdays are when Nigerians’ inner bargain hunters awaken. From Alaba markets overflowing with “tokunbo” treasures to street hawkers shouting “two for N500,” it’s a day of epic price slashing and “oga, na small thing I take beg.” Just don’t be surprised if you end up buying three pairs of shoes you didn’t need.

3. Saturday Festivities and Owambe:

I don’t know who told Nigerians that Saturdays are meant for Weddings and outings. Saturdays are always bombarded with events and festivities. From weddings that turn into mini carnivals to your aunty’s 50th and then to your neighbor’s dog’s birthday, there’s always a party to attend. If there’s no party, expect your Nigerian parents to bring the party down to your abode with their early morning pap and akara.

4. Saturday Netflix and Chill:

There’s Just this feeling about Netflix and Chill on Saturday. It could be just you binge-watching your favorite Netflix series or it could be you and your special someone Chilling.

5. Saturday Football:

For the boys, Saturday is when we tune in to SuperSport , we shout and yell like we are the manager of the team that we are watching. and for some others, it’s when that “e fit cut” game might enter.

So there you have it, folks, five ways Nigerians spend their Saturdays. Remember, the key is to relax, have fun, and maybe, just maybe, squeeze in a little bit of laundry (okay, maybe not). After all, isn’t that what weekends are for?

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