With the stay at home order by the government, as a means to curb the spread of coronavirus, Nigerians are lamenting over the high price of Data and are pleading with telecom service providers to cut down data price as they need it to keep busy and be informed during the #stay at home period.
In view of the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the world, the President, Muhammad Buhari addresses the nation from the State House via a live National Broadcast on the issue of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Nigerians are yet to be sensitized on the importance of wildlife, as a gigantic crocodile caught by some fishermen at Sagbama river in Bayelsa State, was butchered and shared by residents of the area.
Police arrested a Nigerian man, Aliased Batista, and charged him with murder after he allegedly struck a fellow Nigerian man, Ude, with a brick on his head during a dispute at Kempton Park, Johannesburg South Africa.
Nigerians react to the country's Minister of information, Lai Mohammed bold denial of the social media bill being passed into law in the country, despite the abundance of proofs about its existence.
A twitter user identified as Y. O @yojora, has shared his experiences when he was a youth Corp member and that of his life after service; stating that life in Nigeria is indeed terrible as many people are suffering and languishing in abject poverty and hunger.
The gist on the streets is that Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh and her best friend Idris Okuneye popularly known as Bobrisky were alleged to have fake a story about Bob's surgery in order to cover up tonto's passport being seized by Dubai police.
Reactions have trailed the signing of the Deep Offshore and Inland Basin Production Sharing Contract (PSC), Amendment bill which was signed by President Muhammad Buhari while on a private visit in the UK as Nigerians sees it as sidelining and undermining the office of the Vice President.
Innoson vehicles have gained a lot of publicity from social media following its involvement in the just concluded Big Brother Naija pepper dem edition.
Nigerians have reacted over the statement made by The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mohammed Nanono, on World Food day, celebrated in Abuja; where stated that there was no hunger in the land and the Nation has enough food to feed itself".