Nigerian Pidgin English is a version of English and ethnic Nigerian languages spoken as a kind of lingua franca across Nigeria and is referred to simply as "Pidgin", "Broken English" or "Broken".It is estimated that Nigerian Pidgin English is the native language of approximately 3 to 5 million people and is a second language for at least another 75 million More Languages
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Pidgin English: howfar babe hope you dey enjoy summertime oh
Pidgin English: abeg y e b sai wen pezin wak up in d morin put ear for news, den no go ever say 'today no work make everbody go sleep for him house'
Alundi, alundi, Alundi, alunya Jop pu a jeepua Ang gu soooooooooo Ai yai yae...
Ah, abum ebig nwa, hehh Dey know say we fit nwa, heh Ihe ana aru odikwanu easy
Obiara igbu m gbue onwe.nwata siri na nne ya agaghi alahu ula agaghi alahu nke ya
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