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Check Out 5 Hilarious Things That Would Happen If AFRICA Was A School!! #2 will sure make your day!

Here are five hilarious that would happen if Africa were a school.

1. #IfAfricaWasASchool, we would be better dressed than you ever were.

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إبراهيم لو @abraham_lou

#IfAfricaWasAschool prom would be lit?

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2. One headmaster would be in charge for like 200 years.

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Caster Van Niekerk @UNcubeOthungayo

#IfAfricaWasASchool Ladies And Gentlemen Meet Your Principal, Your Kid’s Principal & You GrandKid’s Principal ?????

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3. The guys no one ever notice would be like:

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skyn-ny @uziharun

#IfAfricaWasASchool swaziland, madagascar, western sahara, somaliland, lesotho form an after school club.

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4. There will be Jollof rice wars.

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Lulu Tekeste @lulutekeste_

Nigerians: “we have the best Jollof rice.”
Ghanaians: #IfAfricaWasASchool

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Idk, Somewhere. @MindingMyOwnBih

Ghanaians: GHANAIAN JOLLOF IS THE BEST
Nigerians: NIGERIAN JOLLOF IS THE BEST

Everyone else:#ifafricawasaschool

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 5. Zambia would be the prayer warrior in the class.

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C•A| Winston (ZW) @Curate_Africa

#IfAfricaWasASchool Zambia is that religious student who thinks prayer solve everything
“there is a snake in class run”
Zambia : Lets pray

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