Nigerians really do know how to give prompt replies that comes out as both sarcastic and hilarious to tweets on Twitter.
And the statement made by Senate President Ahmed Lawan was no exception.
Reacting to his tweet wherein he thanked fellow Senators for what he called ”their immense sacrifice” towards the ministerial screening exercise, Nigerians as usual were quick to respond with savage responses that would sure get you cracked up.
The Senate President, tweeting Friday evening had said in his twenty years in the parliament, he has never witnessed an unusual situation where Senators will sit a day-long to perform their legislative duties, screening ministers. Thanking them for their sacrifice.
Nigerians as expected fired back savage responses with responses such as ”U just wasted ur time. That joke is what you call screening?” and ”the funny part is that “immense sacrifice” line, like wtf did they sacrifice ??? Their balls.. ???”.
Below is the Senate President’s tweet and reactions as monitored by Opera News:
Since my twenty years in the parliament, I have never witnessed such an unusual situation where Senators will seat a day-long to perform their legislative duties, screening ministers. I want to thank my colleagues for the immense sacrifice they made in this regard.
— Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan (@DrAhmadLawan) July 27, 2019
With your “bow and go” method of screening? That’s why the country is not moving because the ministers-designate are clueless and don’t know what to do or why they are ministers pic.twitter.com/cVclcuLubs
— عبد الجليل مصطفى (@JO_Mustapha) July 27, 2019
So you call the charade you are doing on live TV screening of Ministers??
A man who blew N1.2b on a phantom Nigeria Air project was patted on the back to go do more after lecturing you guys on relaxing the laws that regulates procurement.
You guys are jokers!
— Marvix (@marvixnaija) July 27, 2019
You were supposed to examine candidates by screening and scrutinising. But you choose to allow many of them “take a bow” for political reasons.
As a student of Parliamentary Studies, I put it to you that you’re destroying the very essense of parliamentarism. This is unfortunate.
— Deji Teye (@mydeji247) July 27, 2019
Rubber Stamp SP
— SkySurfer 🇳🇬 (@tdiyela) July 27, 2019
The funny part is that “immense sacrifice” line, like wtf did they sacrifice ???
Their balls.. ???
— 👑 Obong Ekpe 🐯 (@Ody_johnson) July 27, 2019
We witness the rubber stamp legislating we were shouting about yesterday
You were screening ministers without portfolio and yet you still wanna credit yourself for doing a good job😂
Sir with all due respect, please stop this joke😑
— Daniel peter (@danielpeter16) July 27, 2019
Sir, thanks to you and your colleagues. However, I was abit disappointed that you people did not demand that the nominations come with portfolio. What did you screen Aregbesola for? Or Ngige? Or Keyamo? What relevance does it have to their actual portfolio?
— Ihembunuche (@nwawueze38) July 27, 2019
Really! What a huge achievement.👏👏 Wht do we say abt the men & women of the Nigerian Army fighting terrorism day & night. We must get sense
— ken (@kenniwil) July 27, 2019
Bow and go Senate? The screening was bored, especially the day 1 and day 2 screening, we prayed this senate will not be yes executive senate.
— Coco-Bassey Esu (@EsuCoco) July 27, 2019