White lady dances and praises God for delectable food she's served

White lady dances and praises God for delectable food she's served

- A lot of foreigners are happy identifying with Nigeria, and Claire Edun popularly known as Oyinbo Princess is one of them

- Oyinbo Princess could be seen in a video praising God and speaking pidgin English after being served a Nigerian food

- She speaks pidgin like a Nigerian from the southeast part of the country

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Claire Edun popularly known as Oyinbo Princes has shown that she holds Nigeria in high esteem as she could be seen praising God and speaking pidgin English after being served a Nigerian food.

In the video, Oyinbo Princess sang a song to praise God for providing such a delectable meal for her.

She sang Mercy Chinwo's Excess Love with a voice laced with a Nigerian accent.

The lady could also be seen dancing before finally settling down to enjoy the meal.

Briefly.co.za learned despite its many challenges, Nigeria is a country many foreigners will be proud to associate with anytime, any day.

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White lady praises God and speaks fluent pidgin over delectable Nigerian food

She speaks pidgin like a Nigerian from the southeast part of the country
Source: UGC

Recall that an elderly white man claimed Nigerian citizenship, saying he is from Ilorin, the Kwara state capital.

The man, who identified himself as Yakubu Durojaye, could be seen in a video having a conversation in fluent Yoruba with a Nigerian lady.

Durojaye told the unidentified lady that he lived in Ilorin for two years, where he was a teacher, adding that he enjoyed a number of Nigerian delicacies.

Watch @OyinboPrincess' video:

Meanwhile, Briefly.oo.za previously reported that a video emerged in a which a woman in Florida, United States, could be seen giving birth while standing at a hospital parking lot.

The moment was captured by a doorbell camera as Susan Anderson and her husband Joseph approached the hospital building.

Briefly.oo.za notes that Susan told WPLG-TV: “During the car ride to the birth center, I turned to my husband, and I was like, ‘I need to push!'.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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