Social Media Roundup: e-Rumole Banking

by | Sep 28, 2018

This week, a scene from a Yoruba Nollywood movie surfaced on social media. In the scene, a man is seen paying a Yoruba indigenous mythical creature consultation fee using an ATM card. Our village people are now online!

Watch the video below.



Our village people and tech

Read on for other trending topics on social media this week.

Osun rerun

Following the inconclusive results for Osun state’s gubernatorial election last week, a rerun was scheduled for yesterday September 27, 2018.

Here are a few reactions to the activities of the elections on social media.

During the election

After the winner was announced


Is this a democracy?

What were you expecting?

Remember Davido was campaigning for his uncle


Other reactions

Read more reactions here.

Let’s talk about it!

Last week, Wizkid was trending on social media following his baby mama’s stories about him being a “deadbeat father”.

This week, the ace Nigerian musician was trending again. This time, because Osagie Alonge (Osagz) Editor-in-Chief at Pulse — alongside his co-hosts on their controversial podcast Loosetalk — said some controversial things about Wizkid and his lifestyle.

The original podcast was taken down due to death threats.

Listen to the edited version here.

Here’s an excerpt of the gist;

Listen to the rest here. Someone made a thread of the highlights of the original podcast, read it here.

Now, to reactions


Say it!


It’s obviously all for some clout

Teni slander

Gist that Osagz said that talented Nigerian artiste Teni lacks the “looks” suitable for the music industry was making rounds on social media. However;


Other reactions

Read more reactions here.

MTN Nigeria Network

If you’re an MTN subscriber in Nigeria, you must have noticed that “MTN” on your phone now shows as “MTN Nigeria Network”.

Many Nigerian subscribers could not help but discuss the change on social media. Enough that “MTN Nigeria Network” was trending yesterday when most people noticed the change


Why though?

These people cannot relate

Other reactions

Read other reactions here.

Titilola Oludimu
Titilola Oludimu

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