See how social media users reacted after a Lady decides to charge Sunday Igboho and Kanu to Court
By Samwrites02 | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 7124 views
A Twitter user identified as, Kaisha Abu-labah has taken to her Twitter handle to drag Nmandi Kanu and Sunday Igboho to Court. She made this known after she celebrated her "call to bar" victory as a young Lawyer.
“Called to Bar...... Both Sunday igboho and Nnamdi kanu should be ready to face the law!!!!!! NIN-SIM”
She indefinitely rolled out threats to Sunday Igboho and Nmandi Kanu regarding their relentless efforts in ensuring peaceful coexistence in the East and the South territory of the Country.
While reacting to this, social media users congratulated her for her successful calling to bar and also trolled her for denting her victory with insensitive caption about Nmandi Kanu and Sunday Igboho which was regarded as "uncalled for". See some of the reactions below;
The caption is however unnecessary from my own point of view. What do you think about this? Please share your thoughts with us.
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