Nigerians condemn FG’s nonchalance to killings in the North

Armed bandits unleashed terror on innocent locals in Birane village, Zirma local government, Zamfara on Thursday and over 41  people were killed in the attack.

As usual, President Muhammadu Buhari’s government responded with the same lazy rhetoric of sympathy and regret and has made a belated attempt to quell the unrest in that region.

Nigerians are again furious about the FG’s attitude to grave issues such as this and the apparent fact that no lives matter in this country.

See the reactions:

Everyone is talking about Black Panther 

Since the cinema release of Marvel’s all-black cast superhero movie, Black Panther, social media has been on literal fire.

From the black community who finally have themselves a major win in Hollywood, to Nigerians who are simply sharing in the joy and Nigerian companies who are using the opportunity to subtly market their brands and white folks who feel so sidelined they say it’s racist, everybody feels something strongly about the movie.

As expected, Twitter is abuzz with many meaningful, some ignorant and of course, a few woke reactions.

See our favs:

We almost forgot the cynics:

Forget Black Panther for a minute and see this epic robbery

It’s 2018 and Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston are both single

Not that excited for anything or we foresee a possible reunion but we have to admit that 2018 is the year of strange things.

Jennifer Aniston and her husband of two and a half years, Justin Theroux announced early today that they have split up. Their statement read in part, “We are two best friends who have decided to part ways as a couple, but look forward to continuing our cherished friendship”.

Meanwhile, in late 2016, we witnessed the end of Aniston’s ex, Brad Pitt’s enviable marriage to Angelina Jolie two years and six children after.

Now that Aniston has joined Pitt in singles’ paradise, will they find some comfort in each other’s arms again?

We hope.

Perhaps President Buhari will take this savage advice from a concerned Nigerian…


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