Today’s Noisemakers: Jaja Phd, Omojuwa, Festus Keyamo, Linda Ikeji and others

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.

Hereโ€™s our list from today:

1 Henry

To the glory of God and the everlasting shame of the enemies, ASUU has finally called off its indefinite strike. To clarify, they called it a “conditional suspension”, which means they can return to, how shall we say it, strike mode if the enemies try them too much.

You’d think Naija undergrads would be over the moon at this announcement. For wia. Here’s what they got up to on Twitter:

That’s not all.

[In case you missed it]: “ASUU is in no position to tell me when to end my strike | Undergrads refuse to resume school”

2. Jaja Jasper

President Buhari jetted out of the country to fulfil his international duty at the 72nd UN General Assembly. His speech was as global as could be, with a nod to religion (hello, Rohingya) topped with healthy garnishings of hypocrisy. That Myanmar-Rohingya Muslims bit had Jasper asking:

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Trust TwitterNG to be honest with their commentaries.

[See also]: “I smell hypocrisy somewhere” | TwitterNG flags 10 places Buhari tripped in his UN speech”

3. Sam Hart

Still on Buhari’s UN speech, Sam Hart gives Buhari a pass on this aspect.

Onye Nkuzi thinks push has come to shove. A higher power’s intervention is needed.

Or maybe we should simply:

4. Pius Adesanmi

The good professor is obviously tired of the Army’s antics.

5. Larry Beyince

Speaking of disputes, did you miss the Kevin Hart cheating saga? You’re forgiven only if you flew to the moon. It all started here, with a video alleging that Kevin had cheated, but the comedian denied it so fast, our heads spun. However, he couldn’t outrun the truth and so poetic justice saw to it that it ended with Hart apologising for his actionsโ€” and Twitter having him for barbecue a second time.

Alleged 's_x tape' of #KevinHart surfaces Swipe. Do you think it's really him? Via Twitter Fomeolous

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Larry thinks Hart should have handled it differently.

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6. Goziem

This is shade at Kevin for being short and having the gall to cheat. We. Know. This. This is also the very definition of a backhanded compliment… and the trip wires have gone off.

*Calling: PMB, come and see o*

Luckily, this dude held brief for Hart splendidly.

#HisDollarsAreTall!

But this, though…

No words.

[Don’t miss this]: “9 important lessons Kevin Hart’s cheating teaches”

7. Festus Keyamo

Moving on, the popular Human rights activist is now a learned Silk and he’s making some noise.

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8. Japheth Omojuwa

End that Ghana-Naija jollof war nonsense now. This Ghanaian dude has nothing but love for Nigerians, he’s successfully pulled our heartstrings.

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9. Linda Ikeji

Another woman whose heart is aflutter is media mogul, Linda Ikeji. You cannot be a Nigerian and not know Linda Ikeji. You cannot live on the Nigerian internet and not come across Linda Ikeji. Today is her birthday and she celebrates it with this video and a story

WATCH:

To the media Queen. Happy birthday @officiallindaikeji ๐Ÿ˜๐ŸŽ‚๐ŸŽ‚

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Birthday girl! ๐Ÿ˜. Gosh, I love how far I've come and I'm so excited for the future. I can't wait for you guys to see some of what we're planning for TV in Nigeria and the mega Selfmade programme we are planning soon. I remember selling/promoting Corona beer at Sheraton hotel, Ikeja as a 19 year old girl. Standing from 2pm to 10pm everyday for a month, trying to convince people to buy the beer cos that was how I got a commission. 1k per day…lol. It was so hard back in the day. I hustled so hard. Many didn't see it but The One who mattered the most saw me and when He was ready to bless me, He took my breath away. God has been awesome. I'm not even half way through my journey yet. By the time I'm done, the world will know that I Was Here. Thanks guys for all the birthday wishes. Kisses…๐Ÿ˜š๐Ÿ˜š๐Ÿ˜š

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10 Herbert Wigwe

Flowing from Linda’s hustle story, also listen to the Acess Bank CEO’s wise gems. He gives you the how:

Ladies and gentlemen, execute.

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