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BN TV: Watch Part 1 & 2 of How to Behave as a Visitor on ‘The Ngee Show’ featuring Frank Donga

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On two new episodes of The Ngee Show, hot of the show Ngozi speaks on how to behave as a visitor with a special guest, Kunle Idowu, popularly known as Frank Donga. Watch both videos below

Part 1

I’m SORRY!!! For the absence… I can’t explain, just accept my apology… What would Jesus do!!! *Hugs*
The hilarious Frank Donga (not his real name by the way…he made it up) sits with me to discuss in a two part episode, how NOT to behave when you visit someone who isn’t your family or close friend!!! He doesn’t agree with most but hey. Again, please forgive me.

Part 2

With Frank Donga. This guy is too funny. You cannot tell from the edit how many times I had to cut and laugh. But here we finish up on how NOT to behave when you visit someone’s home who isn’t your close friend or family!!! A word is enough….for all.

5 Comments

  1. Anne

    November 28, 2016 at 4:48 pm

    Ngozi sounds harash oh. Reminds me of all those aunty that won’t give you breathing space when you come visitig or those abroad aunties that have so many rules for staying with them.
    Frank is so funny.

  2. Keyyna

    November 28, 2016 at 5:47 pm

    How does she know people open cabinets? Is either she listens on the visitor or measures items in the cabinet to know when something has been tampered with or she does it too. Ng this episodes aren’t “lit” na, you sound too uptight, girl, CHILL. Change TV Ke? Is it that serious? I just like the way Frank Donga is giving her side eye. lol.

    I’m against people having bad etiquette but it is also a PRIVILEDGE TO BE VISITED.

    I guess it’s just comic relief. lol

  3. Dams

    November 28, 2016 at 6:22 pm

    Why didn’t you prolong the absence?

  4. Me

    November 28, 2016 at 8:38 pm

    Frank donga is officially my favourite Nigerian comedian. I enjoyed this video and I think all her points are very valid. With good manners, you can get on well with people no matter where you live in the world. A bad attitude is like a flat tyre; it doesn’t take you anywhere.

  5. Fleur

    December 17, 2016 at 9:40 pm

    Ngozi is just showing that she has lived abroad. Once you live with white people you learn to maintain your privacy and respect that of others. But if you have not been abroad, you are likely to enter spaces that are not acceptable to someone like NG. ALso, because people can steal important documents and things in a house, dont be overfamiliar with people you visit for your own protection as well.

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