Nigerians are questioning the #DapchiGirls return

On Wednesday, terrorist group, Boko Haram returned 104 out of the 110 school girls that were kidnapped in Dapchi, Yobe on February 19 and as much as it is great news, Nigerians are in doubt of the approach.

According to a video making rounds, the insurgents (unarmed, according to eye witnesses) drove into Dapchi in trucks, dropped off the girls with their bags and preached to the locals, as this Twitter user claims:

Now, a good percentage of Nigerians on social media are of the opinion that the entire abduction and release story was staged by President Buhari’s administration to score political points ahead of 2019, because according to them:

https://twitter.com/realFFK/status/976455426488389633

https://twitter.com/SKSolaKuti/status/976564767488921600

Who are you inclined to believe?

 

Who’s interested in watching Donald Trump beat Joe Biden?

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Or the other way around…

And it’s not in an election or a competition, it’s physical combat between the US President and the former Vice President.

President Donald Trump today reacted to comments Biden made on Wednesday in Florida about “beating the hell out of him (the president) if they were in high school”. Biden expressed in a speech at the University of Miami, “They asked me would I like to debate this gentleman, and I said no. I said, ‘If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him”.

Not one to ignore threats or pretend to be presidential, Trump tweeted at 6am:

How old are these two again?

 

Nigerian senators are in forever in the business of humiliating us

 

Senator Victor Umeh represents Anambra Central senatorial district in the upper chamber and was sworn in barely three months ago but it looks like he has already chosen a path.

Let’s not forget he also gets N13 million for his apparent zero contribution.

 

Communication hit or miss?

Online fashion retailer, ASOS is owning up to a printing error that affected 17,000 plastic bags and we think it’s a smart way to save money and gain fan love.

Rather than trash all 17,000 bags, ASOS shared a photo pointing out the error and describing it as “limited edition”.

Definitely a hit!

See how Twitter reacted: