Little Nigerian Girl Recites Names of 36 States and Capitals with Foreign Accent, Video Stirs Reactions

Little Nigerian Girl Recites Names of 36 States and Capitals with Foreign Accent, Video Stirs Reactions

  • A video making the rounds online has captured a beautiful girl reciting the names of the 36 states and capitals in Nigeria
  • The video went viral online as several netizens found it funny due to the way she pronounced the names
  • While some people showered praises on her for trying her best, others penned down hilarious comments

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A video of a young Nigerian girl reciting the names of the 36 states and capital in Nigeria has gone viral on social media.

In the trending video shared via TikTok, the little girl made her recitation in a foreign accent that surprised netizens.

Little girl recites 36 states and capitals, foreign accent
Little girl recites 36 states and capitals Photo Credit: @mufasatundeednut
Source: UGC

Although she failed to pronounce the names properly, some netizens applauded her for trying her best.

Some others, however, couldn't help but drop hilarious reactions in the comments section of the video reposted on Instagram by @mufasatundeednut.

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Netizens share their thoughts

_manuel0524 said:

"Na the Dust part off me."

Fadekemidonald1 wrote:

"Kwara state. Lauren."

Abigailokara stated:

"Lokoja na logogashi. Dutse na dust, imo na limo this baby girl."

Nellyj82 remarked:

"You’ve tried my dear."

Elia_beautyy_flo_wer said:

"The edo state Benin city sweet for her mouth."

Sicklemotivator commented:

"Lokogwashi. I die.d."

Sunshinetega stated:

"It’s your caption for me."

Temmytalent added:

"Mind you baby girl gbogbo nkan ni mo gba ninu pronunciation yen but please bami pe Kwara ati ilorin yen daada jor yo accent kuro."

Watch the video below:

Genius 8-Year-Old Girl, 2 Others Win National Reading Competition

Meanwhile, previously reported that Samelia Mekporsigbe, an 8-year-old class 3 pupil of Battor DA Primary School who won the Regional Reading Competition, has won the national contest.

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The prodigy and two other pupils, Sonia Dzidula of Ho West and Victoria Yaotse of Ho, who made up the Volta Region team, defeated their virals to win the ultimate National Reading Festival prize.

North Tongu legislator, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, took to social media to shower the trio with praises for their sterling performances.

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