Every day on the Nigerian internet, there are people who keep our eyes glued to our phone screens as we read their rants, opinions, perspectives on political and social matters, etc. Sometimes, they are just downright ridiculous. We make it our job to take down the names of these noisemakers.
Here’s our list from today:
What if your boyfriend is unfaithful because 3 girls (including you) are praying for him to stay with them and God is answering the prayer of the 3 of you. pic.twitter.com/lN2tgSTNNb
— Nigerianbadass (@Nigerianbadass) June 11, 2018
Is this supposed to be an excuse for guys who cheat?
Some people just think God is that… to answer… let us just walk away from this.
2. Kate Henshaw
A lot of people go through a lot. The problem is, smiles hide everything.
We do not ask questions that require answers that go beyond: “I am fine”.
Insist on making sure that friend, that family member is good. Don’t assume. Depression is real!
People are really dealing with stuff…. Check on a friend… Call and say how are you doing?? We all need somebody to lean on.. Good morning dears… May God protect us all.. Amen
— Kate Henshaw (@HenshawKate) June 11, 2018
No one is created to be alone.
Tell us more babe!
3. Stanley Nwabia
Heya! First African Leader to visit Morocco with elaborate reception aired live on eight Moroccan TV channels.
Other Nigerian Presidents that visited Morocco in the past were welcomed inside Sahara Desert, served Camel milk and reception aired Live only on Radio Nigeria https://t.co/REfd2FIEzc
— Mr Stanley Nwabia (@MrStanleyNwabia) June 11, 2018
Bros, bros, wait first na. This kind savagery no get part two oo!
Anyway, na Bashir Ahmad cause am:
An elaborate reception for President Muhammadu Buhari at the Royal Palace in Morocco, the event was aired live on eight TV channels in the North African country.
— Bashir Ahmad (@BashirAhmaad) June 10, 2018
4. Ayo Sogunro
Tomorrow June 12, is a good day for Nigerian youths in different parts of the country to march to executive and legislative offices to protest on #EndSARS .
And if President Buhari is serious about the symbolism of June 12, he will put true action to his words.
— AYO SOGUNRO (@ayosogunro) June 11, 2018
True Ayo, true.
5. Patrick Obahiagbon
Oga Yomi has taken time out from his relationship tweets to address the SARS scourge?
— Patrick Obahiagbon (@PObahiagbon) June 11, 2018
The man was not even addressing anything, he is still bent on attacking people that talk about SARS brutality.
Do you think if I stay to just one woman. Do you know how many women that will end up without husband!! I'm helping the society but some people will not just understand me.
— Steven and 14 others (@iamSteveOla) June 11, 2018
Understand what biko? That you just want to be… *walks away*
7. Temisan Okomi
Is it just me or do our governors spend ridiculous amounts of monies on things that look good in 1st world countries but make no difference in developing nations? "International Conference Center" in Gombe state. Around the 4th poorest state in Nigeria. Over 73% poverty level.
— Temisan Okomi (@temiokomi) June 11, 2018
It is not just you oo. There’s this one in Lagos (ohoh! it came out) that keeps chasing people out of their ancestral homes, without finding an alternative, all because he wants to create a “mega-city”.
Read » Today’s Noisemakers: Kate Henshaw, Stanley Nwabia, Patrick Obahiagbon, others on YNaija
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