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Social Media Trends for Thursday 6th August 2020

Femi Adesina

Presidential Spokesman, Femi Adesina’s dismissal and reference to the #RevolutionNow protest as a funny thing and child’s play, has been greeted by a lot of backlash in the social media space.

Reacting to the statement made on Channels TV breakfast show, some people expressed their displeasure and wondered how young Nigerians protesting perceived ills in the society amounted to child’s play.

It maintained  that people had a right to protest as long as it was not violent.

Others opined that even if there was need for a revolution, it shouldn’t be anchored or led by a fraudulent and notorious blackmailer like Mr Sowore.

Edo State House of Assembly

The hashtag trended on Twitter following reports of invasion by security agents and an attempt to impeach the State Governor, Mr Godwin Obaseki.

Some Nigerians who reacted, condemned the development, while others expressed concern over the security of lives and property as Governorship election in the state draws near.

Agriculture With NIRSAL

The Nigerian Incentive-Based Risk Sharing System for Agricultural Lending (NIRSAL), has earned praises from social media users in the country for its efforts toward revamping and modernizing the agricultural sector.

Many Nigerians say NIRSAL is at the top of the game to move the agricultural sector to the next level, banking on the innovation available and making everyone in the value chain to be at the benefitting end.

Unmarried Women

Hilarious comments have trailed news of Bauchi State Governor’s appointment of a Special Assistant on unmarried women affairs.

While the appointment sound funny to some Nigerians on Twitter, others say the governor is sensitive to the plight of this vulnerable group of women.

It stressed further that the appointment would address the social, emotional, and psychological challenges unmarried women sometimes encounter.

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