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Nigerians Mocked Ghanians on Twitter Over Earthquake Experienced.(With Screenshots)

Paultee 06/25/2020

Ghana has been said to have recorded an earthquake with a magnitude of 4.0 according to the United States Geographical Survey (USGD) and it happened in Accra, the capital of Ghana. The earthquake was felt three times in ten minutes and shook buildings, creating fear among residents. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

This was reported on social media that they felt they Earth shaking yesterday. In Adabraka and Nima, there were reports of people running out of their homes to seek refuge in open spaces. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

If you are conversant with the news, you should remember what has been happening between Nigerians and Ghanians lately . A building belonging to a Nigerian was demolished . Yesterday, it was revealed that the President Nana Ajufo-Addo of Ghana had a phone conversation with our president and apologised concerning the demolition. He also added that investigation is going on. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Nigerians considered it a bounce back when they woke up this morning only to discover that Ghana experienced earthquake. They couldn't hold back their joy and they have been using that to catch cruise on Twitter.

However, some Nigerians stood against mocking of Ghanians. Natural disasters could happen to any county. They also added that the earthquake had nothing to do with Nigeria because some believed it happened because of what they did to Nigerian embassy.

Let's take a look at the screenshots:

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