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 are the ones we saw today:
An African Doctor or Engineer will travel to the west to work and will be called an Immigrant.
But in Africa, every white Tom, Dick and Harry is an “Expatriate”.
Even barely literate Lebanese plumber wants to collect expatriate salary in dollars.
— FOLA (@TheFavoredWoman) May 3, 2019
LMAO. Can you blame them?
The men that make me laugh are those ones who want the benefits of feminism, “a woman splitting the bills and bearing financial responsibilities” but still want the benefits of patriarchy, “woman, submit to me because I was born with a penis”. If you don’t get the fuck!
— The OG Teddy Bear (@chinwendu__n) May 3, 2019
‘Eat your cake and have it’ type of men. Smh.
Providing credit to small business owners is one of the focus of our SIProgrammes.
Trader Moni is a distinct loan product that seeks to boost the informal sector by enumerating and empowering traders with loans. We are in Eke-Awka market, Anambra State to monitor the progress. pic.twitter.com/LAjYtYcFP9
— Prof Yemi Osinbajo (@ProfOsinbajo) May 3, 2019
We thought you have retired from this thing, VP.
A guy told me that he wants to date me but he needs to be financially mature first, he won’t feel good if I ask for something and he can’t provide it. It made me realise how much we’ve made relationships about money. Money is good but it shouldn’t be the bedrock of a relationship
— Oluwafunmilayo🇳🇬 (@FunmiKolz) May 3, 2019
Drop the pretense. You like money.
I actually predicted what Tobi’s parents would say even before opening the video.
That’s why men don’t like women of this generation, it scares them that we won’t take quarter of the rubbish our mothers tolerated. They’re afraid
— Aisha Sugar Mummy.👑 (@Sisi_tomi) May 3, 2019
They should be very afraid.
Natural and human resources are not our challenge in Nigeria. The challenge this nation faces is a leadership challenge. Once we fix this challenge, all other challenges will fall into place. We cant get rich by producing better crude. We will get rich by producing better leaders
— Ben Murray-Bruce (@benmurraybruce) May 3, 2019