Top 12 Twitter trends in Nigeria this year

From the elections which saw Muhammadu Buhari become the first president to oust an incumbent, to the eternal argument over which jollof rice is better, Nigerian Twitter has been abuzz with bants and conversation on various topics throughout the year.

Twitter has over 300 million monthly active users

A lot has happened this year in Nigeria, and social media has had a big role to play in most of them.

From the elections which saw Muhammadu Buhari become the first president to oust an incumbent, to the eternal argument over which jollof rice is better, and most recently, the sugabelly v Mustapha Audu rape issue, Nigerian Twitter has been abuzz with bants and conversation on various topics throughout the course of the year.

Here are the top 12 trending topics on Nigerian Twitter this year:

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