Hello Technext fans, welcome to yet another beautiful episode of our social media roundup for the week, where we bring you social media gist that trended the most during the week.
During the week, Nigerian record producer, singer, and Mavin Boss popularly known as Don jazzy, unveiled the newly built multimillion naira mansion tagged “Mavin Creative Studios” as Mavin Corporate Headquarters.
His fans were very proud of his achievements as he marked his 37th birthday and celebrated him.
The singer took to his social media pages to share the video and photos of the interior and exterior decor of the building and accompanied it with a long note in the caption.
Congratulatory reactions were all over social media from his fans
A very big congratulations and happy birthday to the mavin boss himself.
Reactions all over social media over Tonto Dike and Stella Dimoko’s Beef.
How the online war of words began between the two is still unclear, but it has now become a topic of discussion after some alleged secrets were revealed to the public.
The fight between the two has got Nigerians talking. They shared their own thoughts too, see comments below
Some Nigerians are already fed up with Tonto Dike’s drama as she is always in the news, from one dramatic issue to another.
From all indications, the argument between Nigerian Instagram blogger Stella Dimko Korkus and actress Tonto Dikeh isn’t ending anytime soon as things are getting more interesting.
Well, it has always been the life of celebrities, always keeping social media platforms busy with dramas.
Nigerians Roasts FRSC Nigeria For Saying the Use of Google Map is an offence.
During the week, Reactions broke out on Twitter after the sector commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Mr Ayuba Gora, was quoted to have said that using Google maps while driving was a serious offence.
Many Nigerians did not find it funny at all as they quickly took to social media to blast the members of the Federal road safety angrily
See some reactions below
Although the agency has reversed the said words that it was a miss quoted statement and Nigerians now looked a bit calm.
In the twitter address, Kazeem went on to re-emphasize the stand of the FRSC on the use of mobile phones while driving.
From FRSC’s clarification, use of Google maps while driving is not an offence, however, it should be set before the journey commences.
In spite of the reactions to Mr Ayuba’s misinterpreted statement, the FRSC campaign holds goodwill towards Nigerian sand the safety measures especially this festive period should not be ignored.
Thank you for coming through the week’s roundup with us. do have a great weekend.
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