by Lekan Olanrewaju
From arguments over the ‘greatness’, or lack thereof, of a certain political party to thoughts on the role young people should play in public service, check out yesterday’s top tweets.
@BankyW: Chaiiiiii…. Even when I gbagaun I don’t get half as many mentions as this ohhh… Thank u all soooo much for the birthday wishes God bless
@SomaKudi: Young people should get involved. Yes. But public office isn’t the only way to get involved is all I am saying.
@victorsozaboy: Now you’v paid ur estate security fees, bought diesel for ur gen, dug borehole, pourd gravel on ur street – What do u want govt to do?
@rosanwo: when a Senator earns more than a Perm Second or Prof who have put in 30 years of service to the same govt. What a system?
@omojuwa: You will never fix Nigeria trying to fix your own bank account and small-minded ambition. Big Thinkers will fix Nigeria
@DeleMomodu: Let’s begin to play politics of ideas and spend less time on bickering and rumour-mongering! Our education would come to naught if we don’t.
@toluogunlesi: On bike, off to speak at soc media conference, occurs to me old media must sometimes feel about new how cars feel about okadas, in traffic
@Miss_Jayla: What is wrong with Ohimai joining PDP? What party should he have joined? What makes them better than PDP?
@BorowitzReport: Romney: “I know I can build America because it’s only slightly bigger than my house.”
@Atomlim: I don’t know which hustler I respect better; Nduka Obaigbena, Ohimai Amaize or Ojo Maduekwe. Close race if you ask me.