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Yoruba people are loud — Super Eagles Alex Iwobi reveals what he likes most about Nigerians - UTWEETS
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Yoruba people are loud — Super Eagles Alex Iwobi reveals what he likes most about Nigerians

Super Eagles and Fulham midfielder Alex Iwobi revealed the Nigerian trait he loves the most...READ THE FULL STORY HERE▶▶▶

Super Eagles ace Alex Iwobi was asked about what he loved about Nigerians, and he highlighted their loudness and flamboyance that make them stand out amongst other nationalities.

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What Iwobi said

The Fulham midfielder was speaking on the KissFresh podcast, where he discussed a lot of “Nigerianness.” The former Arsenal midfielder expressed his love, sense of pride and patriotism for the country.

He was then asked what specific Nigerian trait he loved, and without needing to think about it too deeply, he answered, “You can spot a Nigerian from a mile away.”

“Our mannerisms are so Nigerian, like. Especially Yoruba people. Yoruba people are so loud, man,” Iwobi added glowingly.

“Our mannerisms are so Nigerian especially Yoruba people. Yoruba people are so loud”

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He was then asked about what he loved about the country itself, and he said, “My favourite thing about the country is that everyone is so welcoming. We look after our own, we make sure everyone is okay, it’s like one big family.”

“So like, even though someone is doing well, they’ll try to give back to the community. Every footballer that I’m with, they always try to give back to where they come from. It’s an amazing thing; we are not just footballers; we like to bring everyone up with us; it’s so nice.”

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