See What A Male Keke Napep Driver Was Spotted Wearing In Jos That Got People Talking (Photos)
By DasolaHalimat | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 1563 views
Residents of Jos, the Plateau State capital, are experiencing severe cold weather following the change of season.
The prevailing weather took a very harsh turn on Friday forcing residents to regulate their time of coming in and out of their houses. No more night crawling as residents round off their daily activities fast enough to return home at 6pm. And more hilariously people begin to adorn their very funny cold-weather outfits, just like the one spotted on a Keke Napep driver whose photo has since gone viral on Facebook.
See photos below;
A Facebook user Smart Daniel shared the photo and captioned it; "Welcome to Jos, we must survive this weather."
The Keke driver was spotted wearing an Hijab to prevent the cold from entering his body and this has got people talking.
See reactions below;
Jos weather is often said to be bi-polar, because of the way it randomly changes. You could be shivering by 7 am and sweating by 3 pm. Yet despite all these, the city is still the preferred location for most people, especially those who grew up there. The people of Jos are so accustomed to the cold it’s sometimes uncomfortable to live elsewhere. Some residents even joke that the cold weather prepares them for various trips outside the country.
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