Nwaanyiocha is a white twitter influencer known for entertaining her followers on twitter with her experiences, knowledge and ideas.
Apart from her love for the Igbo culture she goes as far as sharing what happens in her country with her twitter and instagram followers.
Recently after sharing about what it takes to own a dog in Switzerland she added that if you must board a bus with a dog in Switzerland that you must buy ticket for the dog as well.
It has brought a lot of funny reactions from Nigerians as the practice is odd in the country.
Nigerians are known for their sense of humor on social media especially when the issue being talked about is laughable for the nature or the country.
In such case you would see funny reactions from Nigerians on social media.
Furthermore, Apart from the reactions, a twitter user @Uche_mus showed his disgust over introducing dog as 'he" instead of "it".
According to him,"I think it should be "in case it gets lost" It sounds odd in Nigeria to use the pronoun "he" to refer to a dog, ordinary nkịta."
See the reactions Nigerians made about buying ticket for a dog in a public bus below.
Do this practice sound odd to you or just a norm?
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