#ICYMI: Atiku Throws Shade At President Buhari, Olamide Drops ‘Criteria’
Despite the public holiday in Nigeria, social media was abuzz with various happenings from the World Jollof Day to the Sallah holiday celebration.
Here's a quick recap of what was hot on social media today, August 22nd:
#World Jollof Rice Day
Jollof rice is a major delicacy at many events like wedding ceremonies, burials, naming and coronation ceremonies.
Tuesday the 22nd of August is the World Jollof Rice Day. It’s a day that is set aside to celebrate this very wonderful delicacy.
IK Ogbonna's wife had taken to her Instagram page on Wednesday, August 22, 2018, where she posted a cute photo of their son and herself.
She went on to caption the photo with a quote,
"Welcome to the good life baby #WhenYoMamaIsYourG #NewDayNewAdventure #Mediterranean #boatCruising."
A nosy follower then took to her comment section where he said he feels that there might be cracks in Ik Ogbonna's marriage to his Serbian sweetheart.
"Oh...guess you and his dad are no longer together and the kid is gonna go stay with u?" the trolling fan wrote.
IK Ogbonna gave a sharp reply to the erring fan;
"@lexo_bronxy Are you guessing or are u wishing? My bro go and worry about 2019 elections and how you will eat tmrw," he replied.
That one enter.
Olamide has found love.
The YBNL boss and rapper is out with a new song and he calls it, 'Criteria'.
It is back to back new singles for the YBNL boss, as this new comes just after the release of 'Puna' and the wave making 'Motigbana', making 'Criteria' the 3rd song from Olamide in a space of 2 weeks.
Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar on Wednesday mocked President Muhammadu Buhari on Twitter saying he walked 800-metres as evidence of his fitness to run in 2019.
Atiku Abubakar, who wants to grab the presidential ticket of the opposition, Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, said he would work to create jobs for Nigerians and not build an “illusion”.
I regularly jog more than a mile & exercise, but it will be pedestrian of me to ask Nigerians to vote for me because of that. I want my party - the PDP, and Nigerians, to vote for me because I WORK not because I WALK. I will work to create jobs. I won’t walk to create an illusion pic.twitter.com/zxkzLcWDpg— Atiku Abubakar (@atiku) August 22, 2018
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