With the recent ban Twitter ban in Nigeria by the Federal Government, here are some fun things you can do with the time you spent on Twitter.
Since you have more time on your hands, you can engage in some productive farm work. That way, you can feed the nation.
All the time you used to spend on Twitter can be converted into studying for your IELTS exam, so you can japa to a country that won’t be stressing you like this one.
Now that there are no fine people on Twitter to distract you, you can finally settle down with the person in your area that has been cutting eye for you. Sha invite us for the wedding.
4) Join the army
Now that our youth will no longer be wasting time on social media, they can channel that energy into protecting and defending the nation. Yes, we know Abubakar Shekau has been killed a few times before, but now you can kill him some more. At least if you join willingly, maybe they’d leave corpers alone.
5) Find the cure for HIV
According to Nigerian parents, the reason you’re not progressing in life is because you’re pressing phone. Now that Nigeria has banned Twitter, you have one less thing to make you press phone. Get ready to achieve your full potential.
6) Consume Zikoko content
Luckily for you, Zikoko content isn’t just on Twitter. With the ban, you can check out our website and see the full collection of things we have to offer. You can also check out our YouTube channel for videos that’ll take the stress off.
7) Find the cause of Lagos traffic
With all that free time, maybe we can finally come together as a society and figure out what’s causing all the traffic in Lagos.
8) Collect loan
Since there’s no Twitter, where will they be able to drag you and call you a debtor? My dear collect loan and RUN.
9) Move to Ghana
That way, you will be able to use Twitter without Lai Muhammed and Buhari collecting it from you. Plus since Twitter wants to open offices in Ghana, you can easily hold Jack’s shirt if he does anyhow.
10) Fix Nigeria
Since we all know that Twitter is the cause of all of our problems as a nation. Now that it has been banned, Nigeria will finally move forward. It doesn’t matter if there’s a security problem in the nation, or our roads are bad and we don’t have constant electricity. As long as Twitter has been banned, Nigeria has won.