Amidst lockdown in some states of the federation to prevent the spread of Coronavirus disease, Nigerians on Twitter are trending a hashtag, narrating their experience.
President Muhammadu Buhari had recently extended by two weeks, the lockdown of some high risk states after a similar one elapsed.
Some Nigerians are clamouring for additional palliatives to be provided by the government to citizens to help cushion the effect of the exercise.
Although the trend initially started yesterday, this evening it gain momentum as users on the micro-blogging site began trending #WhatILearntDuringLockdown, narrating what they have experienced as they continue their stay at home.
Below are some funny tweets brought to you by this reporter.
I learnt that it is humans working in places like FRSC and not animals so the fact that I have grouse with the government gives me no right to take it out on such people.
— Creative Nigerian (@classic_seven) April 15, 2020
— peter (@Iam_MrClaver) April 15, 2020
— 𝕚𝕒𝕞_𝕤𝕒𝕧𝕒𝕘𝕖_𝕕𝕣𝕚𝕫𝕫™️ (@El_drizz) April 15, 2020
— W!cked (@Prosper_Ocean) April 15, 2020
— Uti Emmanuel C. (@UtiEmmanuel) April 15, 2020
— Sophia (@xofyAmoo) April 15, 2020
— HBR SOLUTIONS (@thabomaphhosa) April 15, 2020
— Ìdí-Osàn Malcolm Gladwell (@LifeOfOpeyimika) April 15, 2020
The value of food is far worth than to be in dustbin …people are dying out there due to hunger ,don't throw food and also don't forget to help others who can't afford it expect no payment for helping the poor #foodsafety #StayHome #WhatILearntDuringLockDown pic.twitter.com/6ZSNq28JIr
— kayrah_ambity (@320Kayrah) April 15, 2020
Freedom is Priceless.
Family is everything.
Loneliness can cause mental illness.
— Oma💙💙💙 (@Oma_GuGu) April 15, 2020
— 🎭ninivutu🎭 (@ninivutu) April 15, 2020
— Bimbo this, Bimbo that (@Bimbotwits) April 15, 2020
— ERROR 404 (@KovyKanu) April 15, 2020
I learnt the real you comes out in the darkest of times, not when it's easy
— Mad Odds (@IjinMika) April 15, 2020
Pre- Covid'19 😅😀😍😍 I've missed the normal world! #WhatILearntDuringLockDown is to never take the free world for granted when it's back. Value Time! #TravelWithCityToursNG @CityTours_NG pic.twitter.com/ZfU36JcwZi
— David Olateru 🇳🇬🇨🇦 (@DavidOlateru) April 15, 2020