Dear Nigeria Twitter focuses on the different reactions of Nigerian Twitter users in general on a variety of trendy topics. It is combined with humour and facts to provide perspective to listeners, stirring Nigerians away from the constant need to push and champion extreme points of view.
Dear Nigerian Twitter provides genuine and unbiased views on the trendiest topics on twitter and helps our Nigerian twitter community understand one another better even when we disagree.
Voice Of A Generation (END SARS)
Dear Nigerian Twitter, a new generation of shakers , movers & leaders have risen. Our message today is simple, END SARS. We understand the power in unity and the strength in numbers, this is the first of many.
Story, Story!!(Problem No Dey Finish)
Dear Nigerian Twitter, the stories and problems we see on the TimeLine keep piling up. No breaks whatsoever so here’s a little story of our current situation. The headlines...
Corruption (Season 58)
Dear Nigerian Twitter, will corruption ever end? will our leaders ever change? Well, my answer is probably the same as yours. Today’s star actor in our blockbuster corruption series is Professor Pondei (NDDC).
Interview Etiquette ( Meat Pie Edition)
Dear Nigerian Twitter, interview etiquettes are important but is it right to be judged harshly for eating during a job interview. They offered, after all, *Meat Pie"
Karma Is A Bitch (Hushpuppy)
Dear Nigerian Twitter, Internet fraud is evil, karma is real and best served in handcuffs (In some cases). For ads: email@example.com
Enough Is Enough
Dear Nigerian Twitter, it is highly important and expedient we take a stand together against rape. We must demand justice for those who have been abused and make life very uncomfortable and unbearable for those who choose to engage in such an inhumane act. For ads: firstname.lastname@example.org
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