Little Success and her School Fees Saga, Lady Fakes her own Kidnap and other Trending Stories Last week


With the business week over, there is always a sense of relief and anticipation of the weekend. To give you an exciting start to the weekend, we have compiled a roundup of stories that trended on social media during the week.

Viral video of Girl Sent Home for School Fees Sends Twitter on Overdrive

Little Success from Sapele in Delta state, has been trending on social media after a video of her irate reaction after she was sent home from school for not paying school fees went viral.

Little Success didn’t take kindly to been sent home and made her anger known in the video. Her furious response provoked a lot of Nigerians and soon, people were pledging to sponsor her education.

And as usual, some Nigerians got creative with her exact words of defiance, which, frankly speaking are quite inspirational.

Well the little girl has been made famous and helpers have also located her for her zeal and passion for education. We are happy for her.

Nigerians React as Lady Fakes her own Kidnap

A young university student has wowed Nigerians after she faked her own kidnap just so she could travel from Lagos to Ibadan to see her boyfriend.

Nigerians took to social media to make light of the extreme measure the lady went just for the D.

Even her friends who contributed in prayers for her safety and thanksgiving after she was ‘freed’ were very disappointed.

Trust Nigerians on twitter, a full album was quickly designed to ‘drive home the point’.

Everybody might be making jest of the lady for faking her kidnap for fun but it had quickly made her popular and trending on twitter.

Senate Approves 30,000 as New National Minimum Wage

During the week, the Nigerian Senate approved N30, 000 as the new national minimum wage.

While some Nigerians are happy about the development others quickly took to social media to complain about the new minimum wage, especially because the approved wage comes with increased Value Added Tax (VAT).

Well we hope it is for the betterment of all Nigerians.

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