We wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for ndicbie, so let us give thanks by showing respect.
The nurse said you may not come to school tomorrow because you might infect your classmates with iba.
– worthless man
Choose your friends wisely by avoiding an efukfu.
Children should never lose the practice of saying nno to people they meet.
– a shout of approval and greeting
Everytime I ask if my friends want pizza, I always get kwenu in return.
– murder or man slaughter
I still can’t swallow the fact that my friend committed ochu.
– showing off, bragging
He never gets tired of making inyanga with his new shoes.
– a dye used by women for drawing patterns on the skin
I wonder how they make uli.
– a curse or an oath
I don’t believe the existence of tufia.
10. obodo dike
– the land of the brave
One day, I will finally set foot in obodo dike.