Humorous description of a third world country, usually in Africa.
As in Alan Clark's suggestion that immigrants ought to be sent back to "Bongo-Bongo Land"
by siymon July 21, 2006
A non-racist way to refer in a non-prejudiced manner to the entirety of Africa as a destitute drain on the world economy ruled over by corrupt tyrants that spend all the aid money on Ray Bans and Ferraris. Usually used only by people old enough to claim that it was 'a perfectly acceptable term to use when they were growing up' as defence when accused of racism by the PC brigade.
"How we can possibly be giving £1bn a month, when we're in this sort of debt, to Bongo Bongo Land is completely beyond me." Godfrey Bloom MEP

"I don't see why we putting billions of pounds straight into the pockets of the corrupt leaders in Bongo-Bongo land when we have plenty of corrupt leaders here we could be giving that money to."
by JovianReach August 7, 2013