It is not everyday someone jumps from 4268 to 4805 followers but it is not every day you get the opportunity to be introduced to a valuable brand like @DoubleEph. Thanks to those who followed him. I am sure you already see how much he is worth it. Today, I will be looking at another three great handles.
Twitter Bio: ………. Read Between The Dots ……….
She is beautiful, she is powerful and she is Yadomah. One of two Chelsea fans in this review set, but Yadomah is more than that in many ways. If you ever thought Muslims are murderers who are always blood thirsty like some would have us believe, her TL is one that even scripturally proves that misconception wrong. Don’t test her unnecessarily, she will bomb you if you do. For someone who has survived the JTF and BH in Maiduguri, who are you beside her? ? Don’t mind me, Yadomah is nice and in many ways different from her seemingly bullish handle. She is not the extrovert her tweets would have you think she is. When I met her, she looked like a woman who had just been moved to her husband’s house – she didn’t really know what to do with me. One of the main forces behind the Occupy movement in Kaduna, Yadomah brings laughter and fun to activism. She is certainly one of the better handles that helps you see issues far more clearly beyond rants without substance as we have come to be used to in an era where ranting has become the new fad. Except for her unfortunate status of being a Chelsea fan, she is a model for young Nigerian women. If you are a Muslim and you are looking to follow someone who will put you in the right light of your religion, follow Yadomah. If you are Nigerian, who wants friends from across the country who genuinely love Nigeria, follow her. If you are a lady who wants some lessons on how to stand out in a crowded room because of the sense that you spill…yes, follow Yadomah. Guys beware, I am not entirely certain she is single ? if you are not following Yadomah, you are not following anybody!
“So oil was discovered in Chad Basin yeah? Yadomah will soon be given billions to guard the pipes. Who’ll be my Tompolo?” ~ @Yadomah
Twitter Bio: News reporter, tweets about Politics in Nigeria and the globe. I work for Democracy and do not have an opinion. Re-tweets are not Endorsement
Mercy belongs to a cabal of two. The other half of her cabal is @Chxta (Cheta Nwanze). Combined, they are arguably the best twin combination of news breakers. Mercy has been there, done that. She is an international election observer of repute, a news head with Citizens Platform, the third member of the White Wrist Incorporated (@xeenarh and @omojuwa complete this group) and the one who knows how to retweet subliminals without ever sinking herself into a tweet-fight. In an era of gbanjo gbanjo emergency journalists, Mercy is true to the game. There are no perfect news media but when it comes to handles close to perfection in news reporting, she is one of the very best. In an era where objectivity has also been lost to partisanship, Mercy Abang maintains hers like the beautiful Brazilian hair she often has on her head. A Climate Change enthusiast and a genuine connector to global news agencies, top men and women in the Nigerian game and virtually all the handles that determine what happens or does not happen on Twitter. She is also a regular on television and for a young lady of her age, she is a veteran of many parts. She is a friend and also friends with many of my friends which literally means that you don’t want to test her because dogs will bite you. There are many cabals on Twitter but Mercy has the ears of each and every one that counts. I have never sold you a dummy, trust me, if you are not following this handle, you’d have sold yourself one if you aren’t one yourself. *Jokes. Mercy is not in any way single so please ignore her avatar and enjoy just being friends.
“#Syria is not sleeping while other nations sleep. My heart goes out to the women and children displaced” ~ @AbangMercy
Twitter Bio: Misanthropic, Patriot, closeted optimist, horse enthusiast, music lover, foodie, looking for the Nigerian solution. #WeMustNotForget
Azeenarh is a girl. Adoringly playful, inspiringly passionate and in a typical Fulani sense, patriotically loyal! She is my personal person. When I could not trust a fellow Yoruba boy posing as friend with anything, I trusted Azeenarh with everything that mattered during OccupyNigeria. I have been proven right, because while my friendship with Xeenarh has grown in leaps and bounds, some have out of puerile things discovered their level outside my life. She had my passwords and was the only person who knew where I was 100% of the time. If you are looking for a true friend, they never come better than Xeenarh. The only black spot in her life is the fact she is a Chelsea fan. I discovered she was irredeemable from this disease when I almost had her in tears after a couple of bombshells from my thoughts on her club. LOL.
She could also put you in trouble. Together in Brazil at an OccupyRio+20 protest, Xeenarh was the one who
forced told me to speak for Nigeria. I never even thought our presence at the protest mattered beyond just being there but the brave and intelligent girl – and trouble maker – that she is, she had her plans and it worked. By the time Xeenarh’s prodding got me to address the crowd, I wasn’t ready. By the time I was done addressing the protest, I had delivered one of the most memorable speeches of my life. I got a rousing ovation but I knew who deserved it most. I don’t joke with this one. She was the one who held Occupy Nigeria, Abuja up after I had gone to join the movement in Lagos. Xeenarh was the one who took the issue of Makoko’s evacuation on her head and got it to trend on Twitter while also visiting the place. In a nation where politicians also look to amplify whatever cracks are among the people, Xeenarh is one of those people who show you there is a future in Nigeria’s Unity and that there is Unity in Nigeria’s future.
“Just because someone disagrees with you doesn’t make them daft. It just means they disagree with you…” ~ @Xeenarh
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