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5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by study4free(m): 11:11am On Mar 09, 2016


If you live in Nigeria, seeing hawkers on the street or food vendor by the road is not out of place and everytime, you step into any Nigerian street, there is a likelihood that you would come across one of them.

Often times, we understimate the importance of these set of Nigerians but the truth is, many of us, depend on them for one thing or another.

Yarnvibes in this piece brings you the people we often don’t think of, but play a large role in our everyday lives…


Ever been inside a Lagos trafic and you are so thirsty and the only thing on your mind is water! Then a pure water or bottle watter seller pops out of nowhere on the road?


The reality is, for as low as N100 you can buy yourself a plate of cooked meal from any other road side food vendor. It is known fact that many Nigerians depend on them daily for survival.


Whether you have cash to buy or not, any one who follows the news definitely takes glances at newspapers being hawked by the vendor in traffic.


Trying to get somewhere really fast, the okada man is your best bet.


These ones don’t sell in kilos and don’t have a fixed price. So everything depends on your bargaining power and the naira in your purse.

What do you think

http://yarnvibes.com/5-classes-nigerians-play-important-roles-hardly-recognised/

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by darkenkach(m): 11:28am On Mar 09, 2016
What about Olosho them?

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by LouisBERG: 11:46am On Mar 09, 2016
It's a Good thing that they are been recognised at least through the media.
#caLLmeBERG

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by Nobody: 11:47am On Mar 09, 2016
May God Bless all Ewa Aganyi sellers...they made bread and beans taste better than Chicken and chips....


May God bless all the underrated people Hustle...Amen

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by dkronicle(m): 11:53am On Mar 09, 2016
Anyway naija is for jagaban dem
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by Nlevel(m): 12:28pm On Mar 09, 2016
I love this piece,short,unique and an eye opener.

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by Nobody: 1:51pm On Mar 09, 2016
What about the Hookers?...In Nigeria's trying times of Buharinomics, one can't help but visit the nearest Brothel to relieve its Frustration on the unlucky Pvssy...The Dullard_ has certainly made business to BOOM for them

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by LilNetty(m): 1:51pm On Mar 09, 2016
Gosh...Op, U forgot to mention LILNETTY...
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by brunofarad(m): 1:51pm On Mar 09, 2016
Nice one Op





Btw

The lady above me

Have you seen her profile pic ? grin

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by cutetopsey(f): 1:52pm On Mar 09, 2016
Hmmm
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by Flexherbal(m): 1:53pm On Mar 09, 2016
Especially the pure water hawkers.
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by Cybertext(m): 1:53pm On Mar 09, 2016
I miss number two so much
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by muller101(m): 1:53pm On Mar 09, 2016
Include fulani cattle rearers.
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by boman2014: 1:53pm On Mar 09, 2016
nice info
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by hakeem4(m): 1:54pm On Mar 09, 2016
Ewa agonyi is bae

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by adedayourt(m): 1:54pm On Mar 09, 2016
true undecided
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by jaymejate: 1:54pm On Mar 09, 2016
[size=15pt] Meanwhile, Police are doing their best to be recognized but with corruption.

na where u con put these tailor tailor, they don help me several times. Ladies come and confess, all the pants they've helped you to package cheesy[/size]

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by opeyemiieblog(m): 1:54pm On Mar 09, 2016
seriously u r right
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by Okijajuju1(m): 1:55pm On Mar 09, 2016



Sellers of Ice Fish are the real MVP.. cool

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by bisdam9086(m): 1:55pm On Mar 09, 2016
That is true sa..
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by gbens2000(m): 1:55pm On Mar 09, 2016
Nyce one @op.
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by AreaFada2: 1:55pm On Mar 09, 2016
True
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by Soso990240(m): 1:57pm On Mar 09, 2016
add Olosho, or u ar nt taliking @Op
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by Kerochemist: 1:57pm On Mar 09, 2016
ME SELF WHEN I DE ENTA DANFO BUS EVERY WEEKS DAYS. I DE HELP STREET
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by 3rdlegxxx(m): 1:58pm On Mar 09, 2016
Ver well spot on OP, well noted, we do depend on them for most of our day to day activities but for those who aren't always on the go, the lady with a store that sells from recharge cards to cold coke drinks to milk, tissue, water, juice comes in handy to the mallam in every corner selling from cigars to candles, toot paste and more these people are less talked about but they are really helpful in our everyday activities as lagosians and also as Nigerians.

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by sucess001(m): 1:58pm On Mar 09, 2016
you forgot to mention the CD Sellers who provide street cinema for many Nigerians including the OP.


grin grin grin grin

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by lilprinze: 1:59pm On Mar 09, 2016
Welcome to Nigeria where those who work like elephants eat like ants and those who work like ants eats like elephants

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by MoosaBlog: 1:59pm On Mar 09, 2016
ashawo na social workers too ooo, atleat them dey reduce the rate of rate and relative unemployment
Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by caphone: 2:00pm On Mar 09, 2016
FvckeDyoBiTch:
What about the Hookers?...In Nigeria's trying times of Buharinomics, one can't help but visit the nearest Brothel to relieve its Frustration on the unlucky Pvssy...The Dullard_ has certainly made business to BOOM for them





Is this the best yu can think of?yo brain needs allignment

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Re: 5 Classes Of Nigerians Who Play Important Roles But Are Hardly Recognised by Nobody: 2:04pm On Mar 09, 2016
study4free:


If you live in Nigeria, seeing hawkers on the street or food vendor by the road is not out of place and everytime, you step into any Nigerian street, there is a likelihood that you would come across one of them.

Often times, we understimate the importance of these set of Nigerians but the truth is, many of us, depend on them for one thing or another.

Yarnvibes in this piece brings you the people we often don’t think of, but play a large role in our everyday lives…


Ever been inside a Lagos trafic and you are so thirsty and the only thing on your mind is water! Then a pure water or bottle watter seller pops out of nowhere on the road?


The reality is, for as low as N100 you can buy yourself a plate of cooked meal from any other road side food vendor. It is known fact that many Nigerians depend on them daily for survival.


Whether you have cash to buy or not, any one who follows the news definitely takes glances at newspapers being hawked by the vendor in traffic.


Trying to get somewhere really fast, the okada man is your best bet.


These ones don’t sell in kilos and don’t have a fixed price. So everything depends on your bargaining power and the naira in your purse.

What do you think

http://yarnvibes.com/5-classes-nigerians-play-important-roles-hardly-recognised/
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THE HOOKERS-one of the most important members of the society!

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