- Ghanaians seem to have succeeded in 'destroying' their Nigerian counterparts in a recent banter on Twitter
- Twitter squabbles between Ghana and Nigerian keep occurring from time to time
- YEN.com.gh gathers of some interesting and hilarious tweets Ghanaians used to 'kill' off the Nigerian battalion
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Time and again, Ghanaians and Nigerians get involved in serious squabbles online with each country trying to troll the other on different issues until they quit.
In the recent Twitter battle between the two countries, Ghana seemed to have destroyed Nigeria completely judging from the massive extent of the trolls Nigerians suffered at the hands of Ghanaians.
YEN.com.gh compiles some of the hilarious and interesting posts Ghanaians used to 'drag' Nigerians on the floor.
Korso Na Gyimi from Ghana 'murdered' the entire Nigeria thread when he said the amount of energy Nigerians used in the fight could power their country's electricity:
Shatta movement facts added another huge jab when he shared a post supposedly by Nigeria's Wizkid, admitting the fact that Sarkodie alone has more awards than many Nigerian singers.
Nungua Cardi B brought in a very rib-cracking comparison between influencers from Ghana and Nigeria that put Ghana far above the sister country.
A Nigerian by name Daddy'O admitted that Sarkodie was above Falz from Nigeria when asked to choose
Another great jab came from Eli Kofi in Nigeria, comparing nighttime pictures in Ghana to that of Nigeria:
Eclectic_wnm mentions that if Nigerians claim to own Twitter, it simply means unemployment is high there.
In another interesting report, Ghana has reportedly become the first African country to perform a COVID-19 autopsy on bodies after two bodies were carried out at the Ga-East hospital.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Myjoyonline.com, the two autopsies were carried out on Thursday, April 30, 2020.
The tests were undertaken on the bodies to unravel the mysteries surrounding the novel coronavirus in order to help improve the treatment of survivors in Ghana and beyond.
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