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 issues, etc. Sometimes, they are just downright ridiculous.
Here’s a roundup of the best we saw:
I’ve been reading a lot of books lately…. pic.twitter.com/rGZfd1eCn1
— Sugamummy😌 (@desh0la) August 31, 2020
Another book I recommend; “How to get a bottomless bag of foreign currencies”
I just want a church girl with ashewo vibes, Is that too much to ask for?
— Victor Babatunde (@vhic_tore) August 31, 2020
MMmm? It’s too much o
If he wears jersey to a date, my sister he’s a player
— Samuel Mbah (@Mbahdeyforyou) August 31, 2020
Address him as he is dressed
“Look sharp” https://t.co/qWB5XMIVuy
— Jude (@Habada_) August 31, 2020
Nigerians are still frying groundnuts with sand in 2020. Savages.
— Editi Effiòng (@EditiEffiong) August 31, 2020
Please it’s an important ingredient
Girls shoot their shots by thinking about you and expect the holy spirit to minister it to you.
— Mr Alan (@Alan_yournextbf) August 31, 2020
That’s the only way to do it
Got paid yesterday. Paid my bills & outstanding debts. Broke again within an hour. Amazing! Adulting is just amazing!
— ICE cream😛 (@toyor_pr) August 31, 2020
Adulting is a scam. Walahi!
When you're drunk af and start making friends with everyone https://t.co/8xABEfJNQU
— Zerubabbel #BBNaija Laycon Stan (@litskinayo) August 31, 2020
Funny tweets we saw while men slept
Yoruba men on their wedding day trying to confuse their other girlfriends on WhatsApp. https://t.co/Tf30C9DiYw
— – F.O (@_debbii3e) August 30, 2020
We know their demonic ways
I came home with giant bucket of ice cream with pastries, my son said to me I have money to buy all these things but I can’t pay the N22,000 I borrowed from their piggy bank, they were eating it ooo, it pained me and I won’t pay that money.
— Tunde Aluko (MFR) (@tundealuko) August 30, 2020
Sir 22 thousand?? And you are having mouth too?
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