Presenting to you the top ten tweets of the week.
Witness the savage, wise, hilarious and woke part of Twitter NG:
My Tailor called me on Thurs that she lost my clothe.
I said "Okay".
Went there with one big bag Saturday morning, packed all the clothes on her machine that she was working on.
She called now that she has found my clothe & will send it.
I wasn't born in lagos to be stupid.
— Dr. (@Steadi_lady) March 6, 2018
Some people live big on twitter (Social media) but in real life they push center table before they sleep.
Stop Abusing broke people!!!!!!!
— ACE® 🇳🇬 ~~~ Slay King (@PhysioNiyi) March 6, 2018
Five Greatest lies in Nigeria.
1. Bail is free.
2. One Nigeria.
3. Police is your friend.
4. Youths are the leaders of tomorrow.
5. Education is the key to success.
Which of these lies annoys you the most ?
— Sewa 👑 (@Duchess_Tweets) March 9, 2018
The gift of sleeping and waking up is underrated.
— Mazi Olisaemeka ™ (@OlisaOsega) March 8, 2018
African Parents will always say "That Place you always go to, one day you will find what you're looking for?' 😭 pic.twitter.com/FEgPjAPbbS
— Umeh and 99 others (@UmehOMA) March 8, 2018
Things will get done with or without you. Now let that sink.
— ✨March 15✨ (@opeolu_) March 8, 2018
I remember When I newly joined Facebook, I added Chris brown and he accepted. I was very happy till he asked me for MTN recharge card. 😩😂
— MORENIKEJIMI (@meyouncee) March 6, 2018
Well, how about Politics. 🌝☺
In Africa, a certain student who scored F9 Parallel in O' Level Examination is offering to teach another student that scored P7 in all subjects in the same examination.
— Peter Ayodele Fayose (@GovAyoFayose) March 7, 2018
At a time Canadian doctors are protesting that they are being paid too much (your eyes don't deceive you), doctors in Nigeria are on strike for not being paid enough. We can't pay our doctors well, but we can budget ₦1.1 billion to clean a government office. Which way Nigeria?
— Ben Murray-Bruce (@benmurraybruce) March 8, 2018
Your 13million office running costs per month will pay 40 medical doctors 325,000 naira each per month.
Now, wouldn't that be more useful to Nigeria? https://t.co/CXF0m42vr8
— ZahrahMusa (@Zahrahmusa) March 8, 2018
This is all for now.