Social Media Trends For Tuesday 17th November 2020

Good morning Nigeria, welcome to trending gist on social media platforms in Nigeria for Tuesday 17th November 2020.

Ned Nwoko

Nigerians have blasted Ned Nwoko for going in for yet another wife, totaling seven in all when he still has the likes of Regina Daniels at his disposal.

What started as a mere gossip in the grapevine is now gaining currency after photos of the alleged 7th wife popped up on social media.

Nigerians went haywire on Mr. Nwoko for being ‘shameless and irritating.’ While others have likened him to a modern-day ‘King Solomon’.


This trended alongside similar hashtags as calls were intensified across different social media platforms for the release of EndSARS protester, Peter Eromosele Adene.

The Police had requested for an order to detain him for another 30 days, to enable them conclude investigations into the allegations against the defendant, but following his arraignment, he was granted bail in the sum of one million naira, as the request was rejected by the court.

#FreeEromz has been trending following his arrest on November 7th for his involvement in the #EndSARS protest and also on allegations of providing financial support to the movement.

Afrika Shrine

There was an uproar on social media after it was reported that the Police had taken over Afrika Shrine to prevent #EndSARS meeting.

While some said it was a timely and proactive measure to ensure events don’t spiral out of hand again, others however said it was an infringement on the right of the people.


This trended as Vice President Yemi Osinbajo once again received accolades for his commitment to duty, hard work and overall leadership qualities.

While some were of the view that he was not doing enough, a greater majority however faulted them for demanding more than the constitution allows for the occupant of the office of the Vice President.

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