President Buhari’s “historic” visit to Lagos

Upon the declaration of Thursday as work-free by Lagos state government, many residents of the state had decried the move pointing out that it was senseless to shut down an entire state because of a visit that almost doesn’t count (at least, judging by the sufferings in the country).

Is President Muhammadu Buhari welcome in Lagos? By all means.

Do Lagosians care though? Not at all.

Especially considering that the state government is bent on forcing him on us by calling the visit “historic” and projecting a false impression of the state to the president by shutting all of us in.

Many Lagosians who hit the streets in search of daily bread today were made to suffer as bus fares were hiked in some parts and transportation was cancelled in other parts.

All of this because the President came to commission a “world-class bus terminal” in Ikeja and attend Asiwaju Bola Tinubu’s colloquium?! Megacity, my foot!

See how Nigerians reacted to the Lagos situation

Meanwhile, President Buhari is going on medical leave AGAIN

After more than 100 days of staying in the United Kingdom on medical leave for a yet-to-be-disclosed ailment, President Buhari is reportedly returning for another medical leave.

According to Sahara Reporters, the president will be leaving the country on April 1 and a return date is not yet known.

Adesua Etomi visits the Big Brother house

And we think it’s the best way to kick off the celebrity visit sessions…

Although football veterans, Joseph Yobo and Victor Ikpeba visited the BBNaija housemates yesterday, Nollywood actress, Adesua Etomi is the first entertainer to drop by at the house.

She had a truckload of advice for the housemates and has herself gained a lot of fans, from what we see on Twitter.

See the reactions:


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