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. We make it our job to take down the names of these noisemakers.
Here’s our list from today:
1. Ric Hassani
Scented Candles are amongst my favourite things. I'm just putting this out there coz my birthday is in a couple days so incase anyone wanted to buy me something these are ideas o, don't go and buy like ps4 or sometin for me o, i don give you hints lol, so please.
— Ric Hassani (@RicHassani) December 26, 2018
Uncle Ric, plix delete this tweet before ladies start using you as the standard. Okay?
2. Ben Murray-Bruce
Why won’t the policemen run? If they die what will happen to their wives and children? Look at how we buried the hero soldiers who died at Metele? The President did not attend. He was not represented. Those policemen were watching. Are they fools? Do they want the same treatment?
— Ben Murray-Bruce (@benmurraybruce) December 26, 2018
Abi….? I see common sense in the actions of the policemen.
3. Onye Nkuzi
Africa's major problem is that it is not a competitive continent.
If you fool around for decades, your neighbours will neither invade you nor take advantage of you – because they are doing the same thing.
All it takes is for one nation to develop & threaten its neighbours.
— Onye Nkuzi (@cchukudebelu) December 26, 2018
4. Wunmi Bayo
Prof Hafiz Abubakar
Kano Dep Gov (APC)
May 2015 – August 2018
Resigns August 5
Decamps to PDP August 8.
Picks Gubernatorial form
Oct 2018 – Loses primaries
Dumps PDP for SDP November 1
Set to return to APC, December 2018. #2019Debate
I love Political Tourism
— wùnmí 'bayò (@WunmiBayo) December 26, 2018
It’s actually Nigerian Political Tourists League. Abegii.
5. Naija Class Captain
Stop asking married couples why they haven't given birth yet. If they could, they'd have.
Quit asking single people why they aren't married yet. Ask instead how their career or business is doing.
Many times, the answer to that question is in the state of their finance.
— #EndAsuuStrike (@NaijaClassCapt) December 26, 2018
Yes o….Money answereth all things.
6. Ayisha Osori
We must change the incentives for being in government. One of the things restructuring should take care of. When government remains the fastest, surest way to amass wealth, it will remain our wild Wild West where the quickest, meanest draws win. https://t.co/vAVvNvjNfe
— Ayisha Osori (@Naijavote) December 26, 2018
And the second is like unto the first. If you want to blow in Naija….join politics.
They may soon add it to the curriculum
7. Omo Kiikan
If you cut tissue without following the dotted line, your @Twitter account needs to be suspended
— Omo Kiikan 💙 #MadeInLagos (@thearryshekola) December 26, 2018