Popular social media user, and well-known patriotic ‘foreign’ Nigerian Mohammed Jammal, famously recognized as the ‘White Nigerian’ was seen in a video displaying his love for the culture of the Igbos. The Igbo tribe is one of the major tribes in the Federal Republic of Nigeria, predominantly occupying the Southeastern region.
Mohammed Jammal(White Nigerian):
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Hanging out with some friends in a native wear store, Mohammed Jammal was seen wearing a regal Igbo attire. He was also heard speaking fluent Pidgin English with his friends, a language which is understood by many Nigerians.
Showing of his beautiful Igbo attire, Mohammed Jammal, the White Nigerian was heard making a reference to a video of Obi Cubana at the elaborate burial ceremony of his late mother.
In a video, Obi Cubana was seen displaying his soccer skills with some large bundles of Naira notes while having a good time with friends and family during the ceremony.
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Using this as a reference, the White Nigerian was heard asking his friends for some wads of cash to be thrown at him so that he'll show off his football skills. However, it was apparent that he was joking as he dismissed the thought with a hearty laugh.
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