Cute Video of Nigerian Siblings Raised in The US Speaking Their Mother's Tongue Impressively

Date: 23-05-2024 8:17 am (3 weeks ago) | Author: kacy lee
- at 23-05-2024 08:17 AM (3 weeks ago)

The exceptional Igbo-speaking abilities of a group of siblings raised in the United States have captured the attention of netizens.

Despite the common belief that Nigerian children born and raised abroad may lose touch with their cultural roots, a video featuring these four siblings—one boy and three girls—has sparked significant interest and admiration on social media.

In the video, the siblings effortlessly converse in Igbo, demonstrating not only their fluency but also their deep connection to their heritage.

Their proficiency in the language challenges the stereotype that children of immigrants often become detached from their native cultures. Instead, these siblings serve as a testament to the importance of preserving one's cultural identity, regardless of geographic location.

The reaction from social media users has been overwhelmingly positive, with many praising the siblings and their parents for maintaining and nurturing their linguistic and cultural heritage.

This video stands as an inspiring example of how language and culture can be preserved and cherished, even in a multicultural and diverse environment like the USA..

In the beginning of the video, one of the sisters initiated the conversation by announcing, “So today, we are in Maryland because my brother just graduated and received his master’s degree.

All of my siblings are here, so I will pass them the phone to introduce themselves.”

The next sibling, who is a lady speaks in Igbo, “So you guys already know me I’m Sochina, I came from LA to NY to help Naeche out. Naeche can’t go on a plane because of the surgery she had on her leg. this is why I decided to drive from NY to Maryland I will pass the phone to my brother.”

The next sibling who is a guy, the latest Master’s graduate while speaking in Igbo Language said;

“How are you guys? my name is Chiadika, I’m Naeche’s brother and we came out here because today I’m graduating, I got my masters in robotics (engineering), now I will pass the phone to my sister.”

The next sibling, who is a lady also speaks in Igbo Language, she utters; “I’m chiasokam, I’m 20year-old, I go to university in Los Angeles, I speak Igbo but…I don’t speak it that please leave me alone.”


Posted: at 23-05-2024 08:17 AM (3 weeks ago) | Addicted Hero
- gogoman at 23-05-2024 01:24 PM (3 weeks ago)
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while some low brain parents in Nigeria speak yeye English to their pikin!! oH, come back here oyeka, chichi have you eaten Roll Eyes Roll Eyes ::)I just dey watch how stupid they are..... They should learn from us abroad!! we speak out language to our pikin  Cool Cool Cool
Posted: at 23-05-2024 01:24 PM (3 weeks ago) | Grande Master
- fineboy77 at 23-05-2024 01:41 PM (3 weeks ago)

Posted: at 23-05-2024 01:41 PM (3 weeks ago) | Addicted Hero