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Twitter Pulse Week 2

Welcome to a new week. The above graph shows the interest in the Canadian Permanent Residence among Nigerians. Take note of the regions where there are spikes in the graph.

The Goodbye Nigeria post led to Nigerians doing the #snowpose on Twitter. Nigerians from countries with winter took pictures of themselves in the snow.

Elegushi Beach

COVID-19 is in Lagos. Disregarding all warnings by the government, Lagosians stormed the beach on the first Sunday of the year. You can view the picture below:

Elegushi Beach

Such as situation is the ideal environment for the Coronavirus to be spread and some of the beach goers have now tested positive.

Elegushi Beach Aftermath

Panti After Party

The government with view to curbing the spread of the dreaded Coronavirus has placed an embargo on clubs, bars and restaurants.

Sadly, Lagosians didn’t heed the warnings and some of them were caught by the Lagos State Taskforce.

Party Goers
Panti After Party

FG to Borrow Dormant Account Balance

Dormant Accounts

As part of measures to shore up the national purse, the Federal Government has started borrowing from dormant accounts.

DNA Testing

After the FCMB Scandal, Twitter NG was buzzing with reasons why men should do DNA Testing.

Most heart-wrenching is the story below:

Family Feud I
Family Feud II
Family Feud III

Code of Conduct

How bad the level of poverty in Nigeria is can be felt by the code of conduct of a supermarket in Port-harcourt.

You can read this below:

Code of Conduct 1
Code of Conduct 2
Code of Conduct 3

As you can see for yourself, this isn’t a code of conduct, it is the terms of slavery.

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Twitter Pulse

Twitter Pulse Week 1

Welcome to the new year. Since Twitter is where the pulse of the nation can be felt, I realise that it would be nice to curate tweets the resonate with me.

The above image is the story of the GDP of Nigeria from 2000 to 2019. You can tell for yourself how well the current administration has performed.

Goodbye Nigeria

Goodbye Nigeria

A Twitter user finally achieved his goal of leaving Nigeria. He came on Twitter to celebrate and met with serious backlash.

Backlash
Backlash Continues

If that was all, I would not feel bad. Sadly, more was to come:

Bad Belle

Sadly, one of the commentators lives in Canada.

Wizard

Clout Chasing

How far people will go for clout can be seen in the actions of a Twitter user called Didi of Malaysia. When called out, she had no reply.

Clout Chasing

Rape Attitude

False Rape Allegation

Today rape has become trivialised. The prevailing attitude about rape is simply scary.

Rape Mindset
Rape Setup

Feast Afrique

Feast Afrique has released a digital library of culinary text. One of the reminders that Twitter like real life comes with its own ray of hope.