President Buhari Signs Financial Autonomy of State Legislature & State Judiciary into Law | This is What it Means

President Muhammadu Buhari has signed into law the financial autonomy to the legislature and judiciary across the 36 states of the country.
The President shared the news on his personal Twitter page:
Based on the power vested in me under Section 5 of the 1999 Constitution (as Amended), I, today, signed into law Executive Order No. 10 of 2020 for the implementation of Financial Autonomy of State Legislature and State Judiciary.
This administration will continue to do everything to strengthen the principles and practice of democracy and democratic governance in Nigeria.

This administration will continue to do everything to strengthen the principles and practice of democracy and democratic governance in Nigeria.
— Muhammadu Buhari (@MBuhari) May 22, 2020

Providing more information on the new law, the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, says the executive order means that the legislative and judicial arms of government across the 36 states in Nigeria, will no longer be tied to the governors, and will receive their financial allocations straight from the centre.
In a statement made available to newsmen in Abuja, Vanguard reports that the new order says:
The Accountant-General of the Federation shall by this Order and such any other Orders, Regulations or Guidelines as may be issued by the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, authorise the deduction from source in the course of Federation Accounts Allocation from the money allocated to any State of the Federation that fails to release allocation meant for the State Legislature and State Judiciary in line with the financial autonomy guaranteed by Section 121(3) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as Amended).
Article 6 (1) provides that:
Notwithstanding the provisions of this Executive Order, in the first three years of its implementation, there shall be special extraordinary capital allocations for the Judiciary to undertake capital development of State Judiciary Complexes, High Court Complexes, Sharia Court of Appeal, Customary Court of Appeal and Court Complexes of other Courts befitting the status of a Courts.
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Jesse Jagz is teasing us with New Work “Garba”

We have no idea what it is but we’re already so excited!
Jesse Jagz shared links to something called “Garba” on his Twitter timeline, and we can’t wait to see what it is.
Is it an album?
The rapper’s most recent album, “Odysseus” was released in 2017, and the one preceding that, “The Royal Niger Company,” in 2014.
Going by the 3-year intervals, it looks like we’re ripe for a new Jesse Jagz album, and “Garba” may just be it.
We’re keeping our fingers crossed.
In the meanwhile, you can pre-add “Garba” to your music library.

Jagznation presents Garbapre-save link belowhttps://t.co/wJ2YsSh3MM https://t.co/6GXAfCEeu0
— Jesse Garba Abaga (@Jessejagz) May 19, 2020

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DJ Cuppy is On A Mission to Play the Guitar & She’s Making Great Progress 👏🏾

For most of us, this period is the perfect opportunity to learn a new skill – whether fulfilling a long-held desire bake your own bread, or trying your hand at something, just like DJ Cuppy who is learning how to play the guitar.
She got a guitar and started learning a few weeks ago, and now she’s getting better. 
This video below is Cuppy when she first started:

During #QuarantineLife I decided to buy a guitar and I started learning 2 weeks ago! Not where I want to be, but practice makes perfect… 🎸💫 pic.twitter.com/dbiC0LWZwG
— Cuppy (@cuppymusic) April 28, 2020

And after much practice, she’s getting better. Yay!

Whoop! I’m getting better at the guitar each day! 🎸🙌 #PracticeMakesPerfect pic.twitter.com/2DOXfQn9TC
— Cuppy (@cuppymusic) May 12, 2020

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Oil Price in the US drops Below Zero & Nigerians Respond with the Most Hilarious Memes

Crude oil prices in the US plunged below zero for the very first time in history on Monday, with traders actually paying to get barrels of oil off their hands as coronavirus kills demand.
According to BBC, the demand for crude oil has reduced drastically across the world due to coronavirus lockdown which resulted in oil firms renting tankers to store the surplus supply.

Although the Brent crude price remains unchanged, Nigerians are reacting with hilarious memes to the shocking drop.
Check out their reactions below:

My ACTUAL reaction seeing oil trading at a NEGATIVE price. Chai Corona O! 😮 #OilPrice pic.twitter.com/VRtXusYkQM
— Cuppy (@cuppymusic) April 20, 2020

May oil contracts at $1 per barrel. ONE DOLLAR!!! A moment of silence for oil traders. pic.twitter.com/pssGuFKsU4
— Victor Asemota (@asemota) April 20, 2020

2020 pic.twitter.com/wCJlg7HvGP
— Ebuka Obi-Uchendu (@Ebuka) April 20, 2020

https://t.co/hYVZF6R6Ez pic.twitter.com/B0Etfb3hIt
— Ovie (@OvieO) April 20, 2020

Netflix subscription is expensive than a barrel of oil in the US #OilPrice pic.twitter.com/TxEV7Z1qEA
— Ash Bilyon🏀 (@_oseinjunior) April 20, 2020

This is setback#OilPrice pic.twitter.com/6fJRK6xflJ
— Seth prex (@NwakorChidi) April 20, 2020

Gimme 2 barrels of crude oil, keep the change.#oilprice pic.twitter.com/3So2uaQRQk
— Your favourite protein 😋 (@Za_Nectar) April 20, 2020

So 1 cup of garri costs more than a barrel of crude oil?
My geography teacher must hear this😂😂😂 #OilPrice
— Joshuer | Brand Designer (@joshua_mcjosh) April 20, 2020

After spending 5years in school to study petroleum engineering then oil price dropped below 1$ per barrel
petroleum engineering student rn 👇🏽👇🏽#OilPrice pic.twitter.com/HK8geKulvy
— 🅺🅸🅽🅶 🆃🆈🆇👑 (@_teazzy_) April 20, 2020

Would it be accurate to say Oil price just kicked the bucket?#OilPrice pic.twitter.com/Eiz6OIjSdR
— The Rayo Kasali (@RayoKasali) April 20, 2020

Oil so cheap I should order 2 vessels from Jumia and have them delivered to my doorstep.
New oil baron alert!#OilPrice pic.twitter.com/MVY1rcm7oA
— The Rayo Kasali (@RayoKasali) April 20, 2020

Abi make I buy crude oil store for house, sell am when e climb again🤔🤔 #OilPrice pic.twitter.com/ukWzpJIIsq
— CZAR! YES SIR! (@chibuikemtoch01) April 20, 2020

Earlier today I heard #OilPrice is now $10 per barrel but now am seeing below $1 pic.twitter.com/JDwExodYD5
— Babs✌✌ (@officialBabs_) April 20, 2020

Me having dinner with JayZ after buying 1 dollar worth of oil and become an oil magnate 😎 #OilPrice pic.twitter.com/jMurW6HiUE
— Fine Girl (@pattyamaka_) April 20, 2020

#OilPrice drops below $1 per barrel.
Nigerian politicians pic.twitter.com/y1J1bJu0t8
— Omo kiikan 💙 (@OmoKiikan) April 20, 2020

Farming is the next way o. I sell Cutlass and Farm equipments. Make una retweet my hustle, Nigeria and other Oil producing countries will buy#OilPrice pic.twitter.com/fbDpztIFNb
— Hemmy (@Emmadidon) April 20, 2020

2020 has ruined so many years to come.#crudeoil #OilPrice pic.twitter.com/mMtAGYwqLa
— Oloye Ayo Gbadebo (@holudaray) April 20, 2020

A barrel of oil is now below $1. What a year #OilPrice pic.twitter.com/ZJx6AKOYex
— Happy 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 (@Diinmah) April 20, 2020

As Crude don turn negative, Nigeria Budget atm!#COVID19#lockdown#OilPrice pic.twitter.com/T0wcuySQpw
— Duke Joan Sean ™ (@Duke_Joansean) April 20, 2020

So I can now buy 200 barrels of oil for the price of one bottle of anointing Oil now
Wonderful#OilPrice
— EK (@Twickta) April 20, 2020

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Read President Muhammadu Buhari’s Farewell Note to his Loyal & Dearest Friend, Abba Kyari

President Muhammadu Buhari is still in a state of grief after losing his dearest friend of 42 years, Abba Kyari, who was also the Chief of Staff, on Friday to coronavirus.
In a heartfelt letter shared via Buhari’s personal Twitter page, the president paid tribute to Kyari, calling him a true patriot and loyal friend, who never sought elective office for himself.
Buhari said he met Kyari when he was in his twenties, adding that they were friends for 42 years.
Read the full statement:
TO MY FRIEND, MALLAM ABBA KYARI
Mallam Abba Kyari, who died on 17th April, 2020, at the age of 67 from complications caused by the Coronavirus, was a true Nigerian patriot. My loyal friend and compatriot for the last 42 years – and latterly my Chief-of-Staff – he never wavered in his commitment to the betterment of every one of us.
He was only in his twenties when we first met. A diligent student, soon after he was blessed with the opportunity to study abroad – first at Warwick and then law at the University of Cambridge. But there was never any question Abba would bring his first-rate skills and newly acquired world-class knowledge back to Nigeria – which he did – immediately upon graduation.
Whilst possessing the sharpest legal and organisational mind, Abba’s true focus was always the development of infrastructure and the assurance of security for the people of this nation he served so faithfully. For he knew that without both in tandem there can never be the development of the respectful society and vibrant economy that all Nigerian citizens deserve.
In political life, Abba never sought elective office for himself. Rather, he set himself against the view and conduct of two generations of Nigeria’s political establishment – who saw corruption as an entitlement and its practice a byproduct of possessing political office.
Becoming my Chief of Staff in 2015, he strove quietly and without any interest in publicity or personal gain to implement my agenda.
There are those who said of him that he must be secretive – because he did not have a high public profile. But Abba was the opposite: he simply had no need, nor did he seek, the cheap gratification of the crowd; for him, there was nothing to be found in popular adulation. He secured instead satisfaction and his reward solely and only from the improvement of the governance of this great country.
Working, without fail, seven days each and every week, he acted forcefully as a crucial gatekeeper to the presidency, ensuring no one – whether minister or governor had access beyond another – and that all those representing and serving our country were treated equally.
He made clear in his person and his practice, always, that every Nigerian – regardless of faith, family, fortune or frailty – was heard and treated respectfully and the same.
Mallam Abba Kyari was the very best of us. He was made of the stuff that makes Nigeria great. Rest In Peace, my dearest friend.
To his loving wife and doting family who survive him, I extend my heartfelt sorrow at your loss.
Muhammadu Buhari
President, Federal Republic of Nigeria
April 18, 2020
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Abba Kyari dies after Testing Positive to Coronavirus

Abba Kyari
The Chief of Staff of President Muhammadu Buhari, Abba Kyari, has passed.
The president’s special adviser on media and publicity, Femi Adesina, confirmed the news on his Twitter, writing:
Chief of Staff to the President, Mallam Abba Kyari, passes on. May God rest his soul. Amen. Funeral arrangements to be announced soon.

Chief of Staff to the President, Mallam Abba Kyari, passes on. May God rest his soul. Amen. Funeral arrangements to be announced soon.
— Femi Adesina (@FemAdesina) April 17, 2020

Abba Kyari had back in March gone into self isolation after testing positive for the virus, and little has been heard about him since then.
Twitter users have since the breaking of the news been commiserating, wishing him a peaceful rest.
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Twitter Users say ‘Aboki,’ When Used by a Non-Hausa Person to a Northerner, is Derogatory & Insulting

Most non-Hausas in Nigeria are definitely guilty of this, but only because most people aren’t aware of the meaning or what it implies.
This conversation is currently trending on Twitter, with many sharing that the use of “aboki” by a non-Hausa person to a northerner, is derogatory and insulting.
We know ‘aboki’ means ‘friend’, and everyone has used it for that Hausa man down the road. But, let’s be sincere, are they really our friends? So, why do will call them ‘friend’?
Twitter users are of the opinion that, the way word ‘n***a’ is an insult/derogatory, so is ‘aboki’. We can’t blame ourselves, but since we learn every day, we’ve been pardoned.
Share your take on the conversation in the comment section.
Here’s what Twitter users are saying:

In both Nigerian music and movies, “Aboki” is a caricature. Aboki is portrayed as intellectually challenged and illiterate, one whose stupidity or malapropism is a source of entertainment. The Aboki we see in southern entertainment industry is a servant deprived of his humanity.
— Gimba Kakanda (@gimbakakanda) April 12, 2020

It’s possible you don’t find using the word “Aboki” offensive because it’s a norm in your world. That’s how socialization works. While growing up, we acquire such education through parents or peers, but that doesn’t make it alright. So, it’s our job as an adult to unlearn them.
— Gimba Kakanda (@gimbakakanda) April 12, 2020

You don’t call these Hausa vendors and artisans “aboki” because they are your friends, it’s just your condescending way of referring to a stereotyped group. Why then don’t you call random educated members of the same ethnic group aboki? I hope you get this context you’re missing.
— Gimba Kakanda (@gimbakakanda) April 12, 2020

How is he your Aboki if you don’t know his name? What sort of stupid friendship is that?
— Gimba Kakanda (@gimbakakanda) April 12, 2020

Because he’s not truly your aboki, he’s not your friend in the actual sense of the word. He has a name or job. Call him by any. As for me, the people I consider friends won’t call me “friends.” Because it’s already established and doesn’t have to be stated. https://t.co/bHSN21XYFj
— Gimba Kakanda (@gimbakakanda) April 12, 2020

I’ve seen ‘Aboki’ used literally (as friend). I’ve seen it used as a slur. I’ve seen it used to insult people. Ice Prince made a fine song with it.
What I think is, if northerners are not comfortable with it being used to address them, then let us non-northerners NOT. Simple.
— Chidi Okereke (@Chydee) April 12, 2020

Aboki is generally is a derogatory term/ its usual meaning is friend but even in my days in Kings College some would call me “Mallam” or “Aboki” was which was a tongue in cheek way of saying you are either not educated or you are a bush man(1)
— AuduMaikori (@Audu) April 12, 2020

My people, I regret that my innocent tweet used the word “Aboki”. I used it not knowing it had become derogatory. I apologise for that and will not use it in future. If the person you refer to doesn’t want you to use a phrase in referring to them, you should respect that.✌🏽
— Dr. Joe Abah (@DrJoeAbah) April 12, 2020

In case you missed it, I didn’t realise that some now find the term Aboki offensive. I have been advised to use “mai-suya” next time I refer to my friendly neighbourhood suya man. I accept the advice. Happy Easter, everyone.
— Dr. Joe Abah (@DrJoeAbah) April 12, 2020

When I was growing up in Abuja, Aboki wasn’t a derogatory word. I went to a secondary school with folks from all over Nigeria, including Hausa-Fulani folks, and we would call ourselves names including Aboki innocently. Today, things are different. It didn’t use to be like this. https://t.co/zJj1y2yDtc
— Dr. Dípò Awójídé (@OgbeniDipo) April 12, 2020

This ’aboki’ conversation is funny because it is meaningless. You said you don’t mean it to b derogatory, the people you are calling that are saying they find it derogatory, it is only proper for you to stop. why do you think you can argue them into accepting it?
— 52 cent aka Boss (@haqnificent) April 12, 2020

Never knew the term “aboki” was an insult untill now, but then we learn everyday. To all the people i’ve called aboki in the past, i’m sorry.
— Tomiwa Talabi (@itsTomiwa) April 12, 2020

Sule is also used in a derogatory way.Adamu is also used in a derogatory way.
I would encourage people to stop using these names in a derogatory way, including Aboki. Since many people up North don’t like it. But many of us don’t use these names deliberately to curse.
— Dr. Dípò Awójídé (@OgbeniDipo) April 12, 2020

You won’t die if you say, “Ibrahim, can I have XYZ?” Aboki is an ethnic slur, unfairly caricatured in our entertainment industry and portrayed as intellectually challenged. Their literacy or malapropism has been exaggerated for comedy, and this reflects in real-life interactions. https://t.co/W7sWnN44jl
— Gimba Kakanda (@gimbakakanda) April 12, 2020

Aboki, dan Allah bani pure water.
Aboki, yaya ne? Yaya kasuwa? Dan Allah bani plate of indomie kuda biu.
Gimba, these are things we say normally in Abuja. It was NEVER DEROGATORY. But I, like many other people hear you, the word will not be used again. https://t.co/fphorgwVZo
— Dr. Dípò Awójídé (@OgbeniDipo) April 12, 2020

The puzzle is, you don’t call Dangote or SLS Aboki because they are high-flying and accomplished, but you call vendors who are even older than them Aboki. Why? This social experiment may unravel what you are missing.
— Gimba Kakanda (@gimbakakanda) April 12, 2020

Aboki is offensive because you people will never call someone like my father an aboki, but when it’s the person you are buying bread from you’ll come them aboki. Take it or leave it. And argue with your ancestors.
— Halima Nwakaego Kazaure (@Lima_kazaure) April 12, 2020

I was almost going to agree with this view, Gimba.
But this song from my brother from J side, Ice Prince doesn’t align with your view.https://t.co/TQ0KGjjlT5
Listen and hear the names he called.
We all agree that Dangote and co are not intellectually challenged. https://t.co/Q1BqSG3KzT
— Wale Adetona (@iSlimfit) April 12, 2020

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Calling All Book Lovers! We’ve Found a New Challenge You Will Love – #BookAsOutfit

For all book lovers who’ve read tons of books this isolation/social distancing period, we’ve got an interesting challenge for you and it is tagged, #BookAsOutfit.
Did we hear a thank you? You’re welcome!
It’s actually a fun challenge with you matching up the cover page of a book with an outfit. Are you up for this fun trend?
Check out these posts for some inspo!

Jumped on the #BooksAsOutfits trend for the culture.
Made my hair(easter hair) myself BTW. #BooksAsOutfits pic.twitter.com/Nvlxxvjowm
— Lami Apejoye (@MsLami_A) April 11, 2020

Late to the party but #BooksasOutfits pic.twitter.com/7azftSM0MZ
— SVT (@subtle_salinity) April 11, 2020

Another day, another challenge. #BooksasOutfits 📚 pic.twitter.com/QY9qfWnxrH
— Bae-Noir (@KerrySway) April 11, 2020

#BooksasOutfits I couldn’t help myself 🙈🙈 pic.twitter.com/lSVLTcu8c8
— 404 ERROR (@stephtaji) April 11, 2020

#BooksAsOutfits but also as turbans and headwraps after realising my wardrobe only barely has the range 😂 pic.twitter.com/Q3xXwqFOj8
— je ne sais quoi (@michellegatuiku) April 11, 2020

late but i wanted to join in with 🥺👉🏾👈🏾 #booksasoutfits pic.twitter.com/Nbq8ezZPmt
— koezi (@koeaziz) April 11, 2020

So the #BooksasOutfits it is 🖤❤️💚💛💙 pic.twitter.com/8ereYmPkpB
— BLOOM 🌼 (@LuckyAagaba) April 11, 2020

Twitter only takes four…#BooksasOutfits pic.twitter.com/NMsA5GwZVb
— Anwurika (@mhiz_bayor) April 11, 2020

Trying out the #BooksasOutfits challenge. Finding brightly coloured clothes in my closet was quite something. pic.twitter.com/bvQm6Enf6e
— 𝘀𝗼𝗳𝘁 𝗵𝗼𝗻𝗲𝘆 𝗵𝗲𝗮𝗿𝘁 🌻 (@nitakubwaga) April 11, 2020

Me too! 🤗📚 #BooksasOutfits pic.twitter.com/pdbEupDRyt
— AfroQueeribbean (@AfroQueeribbean) April 11, 2020

Call me a bunny coz I’m hopping on this! #BooksasOutfits pic.twitter.com/bEwRilunZo
— haleemah Ahmad katun (@haleemerh_katun) April 11, 2020

For the love of paperback 💞📖
Photo Credit: @Fadimatu_Abdul #BooksasOutfits #SiblingsDay pic.twitter.com/NyFn7CJFxF
— Hafsisi (@HafsiSi_) April 11, 2020

I tried 😊. #BooksasOutfits pic.twitter.com/hU2GEKpt6f
— Africanah (@LynnBlaze) April 11, 2020

This was so much fun ❣️ #BooksAsOutfits pic.twitter.com/FyJYxGnkD7
— Nix (@Velvet_Nix) April 11, 2020

I wanted to participate too!! ☺️✨#BooksasOutfits pic.twitter.com/1ddxlWMKka
— Line Sidonie ✨ (@linesidonie) April 11, 2020

Photo Credit: @subtle_salinity | @MsLami_A
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Nigerians won’t Tolerate Anyone Sexualizing Yul Edochie’s 15-Year-Old Daughter

On Friday, Yul Edochie’s daughter, Danielle, clocked 15 years and her dad took to Twitter to celebrate his beautiful daughter on her special day.
He shared a photo of her, with the caption:
Happy 15th Birthday to my 1st child, my daughter. Danielle Chidubem Yul-Edochie. May the Almighty God be with you always. You shall be 10 times greater than your father. Amen!

Happy 15th Birthday to my 1st child, my daughter.Danielle Chidubem Yul-Edochie.May the Almighty God be with you always.You shall be 10 times greater than your father.Amen! pic.twitter.com/Lw6FuoeAJ7
— Yul Edochie (@YulEdochie) April 10, 2020

A few minutes later, some Twitter users dropped inappropriate comments about his daughter, and trust Nigerians, they proved they’ve got zero-tolerance for any form of sexual harassment.
Yes, that’s why “She’s 15” is currently trending.
Here’s how Nigerians are saying NO to sexual harassment:

Pedophiles are online today but we won’t rest until we flush them out and step on them
She’s 15, she can be your younger sisterShe’s 15, she can be your daughter
She’s 15, that’s below the age of consentShe’s below 18, she’s below the age of consent
Aye gbogbo yin ma baje ni
— Lola Okunrin (@lollypeezle) April 11, 2020

The comments on this post clearly shows that some men are pedophiles in human clothing. She’s 15 …. awon eleribu gbogbo https://t.co/4p2L7Rm5B5
— Jokeh Rose🌹 (@razor_mouth) April 11, 2020

Girls grow up knowing sexual harassment before they can even discover their sexuality. And in the middle of that being slut shamed for an act done to them by men who should know better. She’s 15 ! A 15 year old that hasn’t even started tackling life, you’re already lusting over ?
— ebele. (@ebelee_) April 11, 2020

Yul Edochie celebrated his daughter’s birthday on here yesterday. She’s 15 year old and here are some disgusting Nigerian men channeling out their inner pedophilia prowess in the comments 🤮🤮☹️.
Men will disgrace you. 😪 pic.twitter.com/oPJjpepzLM
— MBrown (@__irigo) April 11, 2020

If she’s 15, but brain is like 25,LEAVE HER ALONE.
If she’s 15, but body is like Ini Edo,LEAVE HER ALONE.
If she’s 15, but in Unilag,LEAVE HER ALONE.
If she’s 15, but she came to you herself,LEAVE HER ALONE.
If she’s 15, there’s NO excuse at all, Just #LeaveHerAlone pls.
— #OurFavOnlineDoc 🛂 (@DrOlufunmilayo) April 11, 2020

She’s 15! Even if she looks 20, it doesn’t change the fact that she’s still 15. That means she’s MINOR, a CHILD How do you comfortably sexualize a child?
— Mayowa Olagunju ❁ (@iam_doctormayor) April 11, 2020

She’s 15 and you say tinz like “It doesn’t mean, she looks older than her age””This babe is so hot””Is she still a virgin” “She is almost ripe” “I will like to marry her” “Can u please share her handle”
You a big disgrace,No can’t defend these statements however you try
— lamar moses 🏵️ (@BienoseMoses) April 11, 2020

If she’s 15, 16, and 17+ but not 18 then she’s a minor.
Even if she’s brilliant, and wiser than her age, you have no right to engage her or indulge her in anything intimate.
This is about conscience, law, and being humane.. Please 🙏🙏🙏 pic.twitter.com/0QOKTsDfjK
— Majek Fashek (@ij_kush) April 11, 2020

I’ve seen a lot of girls look 28 in their 15s, she cute right? Yeah but She’s 15 brah, It’s a no-go area. Treat her like her age and not the look. It’s an age most of them find it hard to make self decisions, don’t take advantage of her and she’d remember & be thankful tomorrow.
— BrezzIsLife (@jayythedope) April 11, 2020

Why are men sexual using a 15 year old ffs ??? She’s 15 ?? What are you guys seeing in a 15 year old ? What happened to your mates ? Sick humans https://t.co/jRze9Dlg0j
— ebele. (@ebelee_) April 11, 2020

See how people are lusting over this 15 years old girl, and it is clearly stated that She’s 15, is it not pathetic how we reason in this country, later you people will say only North perform this immoral act, hypocrite ni gbogbo wa 😞 https://t.co/Ioxs8eP5gs pic.twitter.com/1h2RGSrEQE
— Mr Common Sense (@Akmonabiodun) April 11, 2020

Just look at some men showing their shamelessness in the replies of Yul Edochie’s birthday wish to his daughter. Wtf, she’s 15 for God’s sake!
— Iseunife The First (@Shawnifee) April 11, 2020

Why are you looking at a 15 year old girl with a lustful eyes, knowing fully well she’s 15 years old.
WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU?
— Uncle Deji (@Blackshadie) April 11, 2020

She’s 15
The comments are irritating. One even made a comment about giving eulogy if someone says he wants to marry her at this age. Child marriage and paedophilia signs. Please learn to keep children out of your sexual fantasies…LET CHILDREN BE CHILDREN #YSMANG https://t.co/ypfCuBPkfB
— «•ATINUKE 👑•» (@LadyGrasha) April 11, 2020

The fact that She’s 15 ,I mean @YulEdochie’s daughter shd have given those paedophiles reasons to back but NO they kept going and going, dropping Jaw Dropping sexual lines that wld make their mums scream in utter disgust.I know we play a lot but not when it comes to kids pls 🙏
— AURA❤️COOL (@TWEETORACLE) April 11, 2020

Photo Credit: YulEdochie
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Adekunle Gold has a Question for You: Are You Working Out at Home or…?

See, it’s understandable: all of us are at home every day and what else is there to do but enjoy our lives?
I mean, sure, some people are very busy working out, trying to get their summer bodies without the help of the gym.
And Adekunle Gold is asking: are you one of those people? Or are you in the other group, eating the life of your head?
Which one are you?

Are you working out or you are at home eating like a thief? 🙄
— AG BABY (@adekunleGOLD) April 9, 2020

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