Nigerian Twitter trolls public officials and their kids

Nigerian Twitter began trolling when a picture surfaced of Allison Madueke supposedly looking very lowkey in Abdulsalam Abubakar's house as she had allegedly gone to seek favours

The photo that started it

Since Buhari won the election, Nigerians can't deny that they've seen drastic changes in the country even though he hasn't even been sworn into office. The stock market has become interesting again as investor confidence has returned. The price of kerosene has fallen drastically as the naira is slowly picking itself up fromthe headlong fall.

Nigerian Twitter began trolling when a picture surfaced of Allison Madueke supposedly looking very lowkey in Abdulsalam Abubakar's house as she had allegedly gone to seek favours. It kickstarted the hashtag #LifeAfterReturningStolenPublicFunds

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We wonder what's next? A Top 5 #GoToJailAndDoNotPassGo trend? We wait.

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