igerian English (NE) is a term used to describe the kind of English that reflects young generations take ridiculous short cuts to writing and speaking English today as second language competence of the target standard forms of English as a lingua franca across Nigeria.
Chesan Nze, started acting as a child but professionally in 2014 and has also appeared in some Ghanaian movies.
She’s currently studying Mass Communications at Zenith University in Accra after a diploma in Banking and Finance from Nnamdi Azikwe University, in Nigeria.
e've thought it best to be quite inclusive, but no doubt some of the entries will be questioned. The education system in Nigeria is structured in the 6-3-3-4 model with 6 years primary education, 3 years junior secondary level, 3 years senior secondary level and 4 years tertiary education at Universities.
For example:- Done he done go ........went[Pidgin] Got the thing got spoiled the water got finished Has he has go.........went Use to he use to come here .......... uring this period, English shall be taught as a subject.
It is often considered a t is a combination of Nigerian native languages proper transliterated into "The Queen's Colonial British English", and then some contemporary Americanisms.