We looked inside some of the tweets by @MrMinz2 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
“These are just placebo moves that aren’t really deeply rooted in change.” Protests against police brutality continue nationwide in Nigeria, amid scepticism of the government’s reform pledge. https://t.co/ckYu1swBOl
In other nations, university students & even secondary school students move around freely with their laptops; they are essential tools for learning. I had a laptop as a student in UK. What sort of illiterate & illogical policing do we have here, that brands them as "yahoo boys"?
Results of untrained and non-oriented force personnel’s ..As sad as it is,they don’t care.. https://t.co/Fd0Okpg4e2
Question of the day: why isn't the struggle of Nigerians plastered all over the front pages of the Western press daily like Hong Kong's has been?
They gave up on the Nigerian government long ago ,because they know the Nigerian Government are the Huge Problem.. https://t.co/5Lu5PEXOEy
I need transport fare to go back to 1947 and give Buhari’s dad a condom! #Endsars