Buhari Wins Second Term, Kevin Hart patronises Nigerian Artist who made a portrait of him and other Stories that Trended on Social Media

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Buhari Wins Second Term, Kevin Hart patronises Nigerian Artist who made a portrait of him
President Buhari Wins Second Term

President Muhammadu Buhari has won his re-election bid as he polled 15,191,847 votes to defeat his closest rival, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party in the presidential poll conducted on February 23.

Rejecting the outcome, Atiku said he would have conceded “within seconds” if the election had been free and fair. One red flag he pointed out was that the northeast ravaged by insurgency generated much higher voter turnout than peaceful states. 

Nigerians took to social media to express how they feel about the 2019 election results. Some said Buhari’s victory has thrown the nation into mourning instead of celebration.

https://twitter.com/odafetoearth/status/1100778966703656961

Nevertheless, President Buhari he has been issued a certificate of return and he has told Nigerians that his second tenure will be even tougher.

Buhari is still president and we hope for a better four years ahead.

Nigerians Applaud Kevin Hart for patronising Nigerian man who made a portrait of him

A Nigerian man, Eli Waduba, took to social media to share a pencil portrait of American actor and comedian, Kevin Hart.

The Actor saw it, reached out to the artist and indicated his interest to buying the drawing. See the drawing and Kelvin’s reply below

https://twitter.com/RalebonaThabo/status/1100793339824222209

Trust Nigerians who like trouble. They rushed to social to shade Nigerian celebrities for not recognizing what they have back home just as Kevin Hart did.

Some even joked about how many artist are now trying to locate their own helper by showcasing their own art work. Naija sha

We are happy for Eli Waduba and say a big congratulations to him.


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