Nigerian time is in the constitution.
Nigerian time is the reason our Senate will use 1,000 days to pass a bill, or why someone will just be leaving his house at the exact time of a set appointment. Here are few times Nigerian time was at the worst.
1. When God’s time is not the best.
— Face of Bonny® (@eltamani) September 26, 2015
2. When you think you can beat Nigerian time but it beats you with experience.
Went for a meeting one hour late (deliberately)… I was the first person there.
Just when I thought I had perfected my Nigerian time.
— That Andy (@AndyMadaki) April 16, 2016
3. It has even eaten deep into relationships.
Nigerian girl starts expressing her feelings when it's too late. Homie already moved onto another girl, next thing you know
— consigliere (@moyodre) April 11, 2016
4. And when our reputation goes international.
"But I feel like two hours late is right on time." – @Jouelzy
— leandra (@elleepiphany) April 11, 2016
5. When the surprisee arrives before the surpriser.
— Aphay (@AphayObahrro) September 19, 2015
6. And remember when Jega was so chill during the 2015 elections that he chilled into Nigerian time.
Recess for 10 minutes jega said…. We waited for 59 minutes tho …… #Nigeriantime
— Black chocolate bar 🍫 👑 (@Obajaiye1) March 30, 2015
7. When you have no daylight savings but you have Nigerian time savings.
It's so annoying now that if you have an event for 7pm, you have to put 5.30 on the invites #NigerianTime
— Ochuko A Akpomudjere (@McQuertzo) May 18, 2015
8. When you forget that the time given means the time you should leave the house.
They said 9 o'clock, I went at 9:30 and I was the 1st person there… I need to up my #NigerianTime game. I didn't learn well lol
— That Andy (@AndyMadaki) May 31, 2014
9. On the phone, he’s around the corner. In real life, he’s on his couch at home.
— Bri Monae' ♥ (@LadyyyyyyyB) August 17, 2015