Did Dino Melaye keep a spare set of eyes on his cabinet handle? | See our top 10 photos from the past week

There’s hardly anyone who can say, after the events of this past week, that he/she does not know what Senator Dino Melaye shares in common with his office cabinet – or a 7-year-old, if you please. But do you know what Facebook now has in common with Snapchat?

[In case you missed it: Does Senator Dino Melaye have 7 degrees or is he a 7-year old?]

Or the nexus between a Twitter trend and a major bank’s new PR strategy?

[Catch up on it: Nigerian Banks give ringing endorsement to #KeepTheChangeBae]

Don’t worry, we kept tabs on all the important visuals from the past week. Enjoy our top ten photos below:

Senator Dino Melaye decided that the best way to send a message to Sahara Reporters who allege he did not have the requirements necessary to graduate from University was to make the video where this still was taken from. Look behind to the shelf… Did Dino keep a spare set of eyes there?

 

And when that seemed not to work, the Senator showed up to plenary in a robust proof of his graduation. Are you convinced? Or confused?

[You are not alone: How exactly is Dino Melaye a senator in a sane country? 5 things to take away from his theatrics]

Kemi Olunloyo of the HNN blog is currently standing trial for alleged defamation and publishing of false information against Port Harcourt based Pastor Ibiyeomie.

Pictured above is the blogger leaving the courtroom wearing a prison garb. A confusing sight, seeing as she’s not convicted yet.

Before we talk more about #KeepTheChangeBae, meet the stars. On the right is Birthday Boy, Pablo Ayodeji who played the petulant part of a scorned “dater”. And on the left is Ore, MissMoshiku, the protagonist who has no time for “these twitter boys”.

Wema Bank also has no time. They exemplified the wisdom behind making lemonades out of lemons by latching on to the hashtag and made a PR move off it instead of allowing Birthday Boy’s account with them bring them down.

Oh yes! That’s the epic clap back¬†from Miss Moshiku.

The Jagaban, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu turned 65 this week and as has been the case for 9 years now, the event was marked with the annual BAT Colloquium. In attendance this year were Professor Osinbajo, and Dolapo Osinbajo.

March 29th 2017 marked the beginning of the two-year timer set by Theresa May’s letter to the EU, officially notifying the bloc of #Brexit. Here, she’s seen signing the letter which brought as much joy as it did sadness to the British populace.

Finally, Facebook has launched new filters for it’s Facebook stories, giving Snapchat more reasons to run for it’s IPO money.

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