So Nigerians have been fussing about the Lagos scene in the Captain America[Civil War] movie. The expectancy level of the movie was 100% and they delivered 100% [I have not seen someone who disliked the movie]
14 things that clearly explains that the Lagos scenes did not feature 'original' Nigerians
We noticed the Lagos scenes were not perfect, below are 14 things that would have happened if 'original Nigerians were involved.
However, we noticed the Lagos scenes were not perfect, below are 14 things that would have happened if 'original Nigerians were involved.
1. The crowd were not shouting 'Egba mi ooo' or cursing when the Lawma guy was thrown out of the truck.
He fell just like that!
2. Nigerians don't jog when there is a shoot out, they run and scream!
Who else saw the tear gas they threw? Nigerians are immune to that gas.
3. The patrol trucks used were not made in Nigeria.
Remember when Captain America kicked the patrol vehicle at someone, a Nigerian made car would have divided into two.
4. Captain America can not simply kick a Nigerian like that when they have eaten Fufu.
5. When Captain America and his team started fighting with the bad guys, Nigerians would have gathered to count scores.
6. Falcon can not fly into Oshodi market and they will not beat him up
They will simply tie him up, pour petrol and burn him... Winch no dey fly for afternoon!
7. Plus he has to drop money for Alaye
8. We don't use posters like this.
Proper Nigerian handbills are like this.
9. Market women wear and tie Ankara.
10. Lagos Okada men use Bajaj, not this make
11. And we noticed the mobile number too. [on the left]
12. No one was taking pictures
13. When he called for fire rescue. Please tell him nobody got fuel for that.
14. When Black widow was beating those men in Oshodi park, market women would try to separate them.
Nigerians have few words of advice for Captain America, incase he decides to come to Nigeria.
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