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Who to Follow on Twitter: Social Commentators

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Wondering who to follow on Twitter this weekend?

The more you know about the society, the better a citizen of the world you will be. For engaging discourse that will go a long way in increasing your social awareness, the following accounts are recommended:

Bio: A fiercely passionate believer in the public good of nations, serving before leading. Validated by God & my Dad who taught me to never dignify nonsense.

Tweets We Love

– #PublicPolicy101: It has cost me more RAIN OF ABUSE & FILTHY WORDS from those that should welcome ACCOUNTABILITY. But we got the DEBATE!! 🙂

– Is it not a TRAGEDY that we make it seem that asking that the right thing be done in Governance is sacrilegious?

-More TRAGIC is conveying d impression that it is “saintly” to simply do the right things. No its not! It simply shows Decency n a Just Society

– #PublicPolicy101: How can I possibly forget the untiring effort of Deacon Gamaliel Onosode whom I persuaded to lead Negotiations with ASUU?

– God forbid that I should ever choose Indifference. God forbid that for fear of being called names, I should choose Indifference. God forbid.

Bio: Lecturer at the Free University of Berlin | Famed African Public Speaker & Blogger | Cyberpreneur | x

The skies · omojuwa.com

Tweets We Love

– Life. Until the race is done and dusted, beware lest you fall.

– More than at any other time in our history, this generation has a chance to make a telling demand on itself and the government.

– Debate or no debate, the National Assembly cannot continue to have a N150b budget in a country of poor people

– If the only thing we achieve in 2013 is the reduction of the evil National Assembly budget, we’d have achieved something.

– Until the bulk of Nigerians become like activists, nothing will move.

 

Bio: Social commentator, satirist. Unusual geek. Barçaneer. Puts Nigeria above all other. Super Eagles Fanatic. You are in the presence of a god (Ps. 82:6)

Tweets We Love

– If the UK insists on the £3K bond, then they have left Nigeria with no other option, and have given UAE much better options.

– Smart phones have become a problem for police men and women now…..

– Let’s assume Shekau, the leader of a bunch of indoctrinated murderers, has been killed…will it stop Boko Haram from still operating?

– In China, if it becomes obvious that you don’t have the aptitude for the academics, you are sent to learn a vocation. Both ways, they win

– Nigeria was on the right track with 6-3-3-4< but what is the point if the economy is not a production one…but a fully retail one?

 

Bio: Christian, Igbo, Nigerian, African. A complex personality, not a stereotype – Western Media take note

Tweets We Love

– I’m pinching myself – PHCN has been sold to private investors & there’s graveyard like silence in Nigeria.

– The modern European state is a consequence of 2,000 years of abuse of religious power. Let us be forewarned.

– For many Africans, the Church is the only real institution they come across in their daily lives. That trust shouldn’t be broken.

– The state is adversarial, Police extort, but the Church welcomes with open arms. Africans embrace that. That trust shouldn’t be betrayed.

– Jonathan’s media team is so bad; Nigerians are totally in the dark about the reforms in the power sector.

 

Bio: Overlord-in-training ||@MINDcapitalNG

Tweets We Love

– @folamanboy @gboukzi truth is, you can’t have LG autonomy w/out true federalism, where states are cut off from the centre.

– It does seem that Nigerians, quite generally, have a poor breakfast culture. Most ppl hold off eating until brunch or even lunch

– Inter-ethnic marriages work best the more each spouse is divorced from their own ethnic culture

– The hospitality of rural folk is so touching. They’re always offering you sth to eat or drink or take home.

– It just proves you don’t have to be rich to have a giving heart, since even from their poverty, they’re so giving.

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Joy Ehonwa

Joy Ehonwa is an editor and a writer who is passionate about relationships and personal development. She runs Pinpoint Creatives, a proofreading, editing, transcription and ghostwriting service. Email: pinpointcreatives [at] yahoo.com

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