In Nigerian pidgin, “Wahala Dey” translates to “There is a problem” in English. Imagine waking up to a world where the air you breathe is not as fresh as it should be. That’s one “Wahala” – we call it climate change. It’s like our planet is feeling under the weather because of everything we’ve been doing, like using too much plastic or burning too many fossil fuels. It’s causing temperatures to rise, making extreme weather events like storms and heat waves more common.
But that’s not all.

Have you ever felt like everyone should be treated the same, no matter their skin colour, gender, or where they come from? That’s another “Wahala” – it’s called inequality and discrimination. It’s when some folks don’t get the same chances or respect just because they’re different. It’s like playing a game where some people start with extra lives, and others barely get a chance to join in.

And hey, speaking of games, imagine trying to play a game where the rules keep changing, and sometimes they don’t even seem fair. That’s another “Wahala” – it’s called injustice. It happens when rules or systems aren’t fair for everyone. For instance, in some places, certain folks might not have access to good education or healthcare just because they can’t afford it. That’s not fair, right?

Now, these “Wahala” moments might seem big, but they’re real, and they affect people in different communities worldwide. Think about it like this: imagine your best friend facing these challenges. Wouldn’t you want to help make things better for them?

• 100% ring-spun cotton
• Fabric weight: 6.1 oz/yd² (206.8 g/m²)
• Garment-dyed
• Relaxed fit
• 7/8″ double-needle topstitched collar
• Twill-taped neck and shoulders for extra durability
• Double-needle armhole, sleeve, and bottom hems
This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!

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