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Types Of People You Meet At A Typical Nigerian Buka (mama Put)

Being a bachelor has taken me to several kinds of iya
basira, nwayi owerri and other local canteens in lagos,
so i felt i had to share my experience of various kind of
people i meet:
1. The Oppressors:
These type of people are often very fat, they sit down
and the girls come down to them to take their order,
you hear stuffs like;
“4 wraps of pounded yam with egusi, put panla,
ponmo, ogunfe, assorted and meat, with cold stout
and bottle water”.
N.B: all the meats, fish, ponmos, assorted are brought
in several plates for them to eat as much as possible.
2. The Voracious eater:
These set of people are normally slim, and unlike the
oppressors, they go to order their food, you can
recognize them when you hear;
“madam give me 8 fufu, no 10 cos i never chop since
morning, 3meat, 2ponmo, orobo coke (50cl) and 2
pure water”.
3. The Acagons:
Na these ones tire me pass, they are the downgraded
versions of the voracious eater, and they are well
known by the madam. They believe in quantity over
quality, you will hear;
“iya bisi give me as usual, and the madam puts 9 wraps
of fufu with 1 lean meat”
NB: this set are the only ones that don’t order for
water, they prefer the one on the table, used for
washing hand”.
4. The formers:
These ones are mostly hated by the acagons and they
are mostly a group of young girls sponsored by a
maga. You will see there table filled with all sorts of
meats, fish, ponmos, assorted and several chilled
drinks, only for them to eat part of it and leave the rest
to the feasting eyes of the acagon and voracious eater.
After they leave, you start hearing comments especially
from the acagons like ” haaaaa , ota aje ni awon
omo yii o ( this girls are enemy of money o).
5. Father xmas:
This list is not complete without them, they are the
popular ones in the hood, the acagons and voracious
eater always pray to meet them in the canteen. If he
enters, you start hearing “baba agbalagba, chairman, i
remain loyal sir”
and he never dissapoints them too.

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