Basket Mouth is one of Nigeria's top comedian and entertainment celebrity over the years. He uses comedy not just for laughs but also to pass messages. He is not one of the comedians you will take as unlearned. He is very learned.
Recently, he explained the reason why Twitter was set up in Ghana and not Nigeria using a simple analogy of a guy trying to woo a girl but unable to do so because the conditions around the girl's family is not favourable. He likened this to the reason why Twitter would prefer to go to Ghana where they would possibly be satisfied than Nigeria where some things are not just working.
His analogy seem to be very brilliant. But what do you think about this analogy?
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