Billionaire, Femi Otedola rode on a molue and the internet can’t keep calm
Can’t blame anyone!
It’s not every day you get to ride in the same vehicle as a man whose net worth runs into billions of dollars, but unfortunately, Femi Otedola’s fellow commuters could not recognise him, so they went about their business as usual.
Look out for the woman advertising her multifunctional medicine…
With Femi Otedola recently joining Twitter and now showing himself off as a regular Nigerian, Twitter users are definitely questioning his intentions:
Is Otedola running for any office? These activities seem like calculated PR.
— Chidi Okereke (@Chydee) May 16, 2018
Femi Otedola took a Molue from Sango to Agege but you will have N3000 in your account and take Taxify of N2500 because big boy/big girl pic.twitter.com/UtMTgB6MtF
— Anda (@LazyWrita) May 16, 2018
Anything Otedola tweets is officially funny. Even if he tweets “.” that’s very hilarious. How can’t you get the point?
One day he fit just organize 10 million for boys and say “Use this small change to buy recharge card and coke”
— Iseunife The First (@Shawnife_) May 15, 2018
Otedola for Governor. Watch out.
— Dr. Dipo Awojide (@OgbeniDipo) May 16, 2018
Lol how no one knew it was otedola in that molue bus still beats me
I for don grab one of baba’s legs
— Big Daddy✨ (@dharmieKING) May 16, 2018
Davido and Tiwa Savage nominated for BET Awards
Nigerian music superstars, Davido and Tiwa Savage have been nominated in the Best International Act category of the 2018 BET Awards.
The artistes were nominated alongside South Africa’s Cassper Nyovest; UK’s Stormzy, Steflon Don, J Hus; and Congo’s Fally Ipupa among others.
Leading the pack of nominees is DJ Khaled with six nominations and he is closely followed by Kendrick Lamar who has been nominated in five categories.
Wizkid won in the Best International Act category at the 2017 BET Awards.
Nollywood actress, Aisha Abimbola is dead
You probably know her as Omoge Campus and besides that role, she has featured in many other notable movies in the Nigerian film industry.
Although the exact cause of her death is not yet known, there are speculations she battled with cancer in her final days.
In case you need more proof that Nigerian employers and HR personnels do the most…
How can an interviewer ask my friend to correctly spell Schweinsteiger, Blaszczykowski & Schneiderlin? Just say there’s no job or you already have someone to fill that position.
— Sewa (@Duchess_Tweets) May 16, 2018