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Disagree

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I disagree / Nigeria

Gesture: A way of showing disagreement with best friend. • Country: Nigeria • Other: Common among all tribes • Details: Should never be addressed at your elders or superiors like your boss.

Funny Dance

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Gag / Nigeria

• Gesture: A gag mocking a popular style of dancing • Country: Nigeria • Other: Common among everybody • Details: Should be done only around friends except if you are a comedian. Your parents may begin to wonder how you become so spoilt. Your colleagues and boss may assume you are ve...

I don't know

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I don't know / Nigeria

• Gesture: A very sincere way of saying I don’t know what they are talking about. • Country: Nigeria • Other: Common among Hausa people from the north • Details: Can be addressed at your spouse when they accuse you of cheating.

No

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No / Nigeria

• Gesture: A way of disputing someone’s opinion or suggestion • Country: Nigeria/West Africa • Other: Common among everybody • Details: Addressed at someone who claims to be smarter than you. It shows you are not as naïve as they think.

Money

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money / Nigeria

• Gesture: Excitement on receiving an unexpected amount of money. • Country: Nigeria • Other: Common among all tribes • Details: Most likely do not realize how the money is spent until it’s finished. Should never be addressed at your neighbors as they may call you armed robbers at n...

It’s okay

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It's ok / Nigeria

Gesture: A way of calming someone you are afraid of. • Country: Nigeria/West Africa • Other: Mostly common among Hausa people from the north • Details: Make sure you express it on time when you see the need arise. Failure to do so may result in a violent act.

Don't leave me

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Don't leave me / Nigeria

• Gesture: Shows you are so scared of losing the love you have. • Country: Nigeria • Other: Mostly common among Hausa people from the north • Details: Can be addressed at a spouse suggesting that you both end the relationship mutually. It may change their mind and make the relationship...

Silence

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Silence,Quite please / Nigeria

• Gesture: Shows that you are thinking of something else. • Country: Nigeria/West and Central Africa • Other: Common among everybody • Details: Should be addressed at someone trying to persuade or trick you. Never at your seniors

Hello

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Hello / Nigeria

A way of calling the attention of an aggressive lunatic that you want to help. Common among all tribes You should have an escape plan before trying it.