Nigerians in the diaspora are standing in solidarity with a man who was shamed for posing in the snow in Canada.
The man identified as Muyiwa was dragged by some Nigerians after he said in a tweet that Nigeria has done lots of evil as he bid farewell to Nigeria after he relocated to Canada. Read here.
However, Many Nigerian have stood in solidarity with the Muyiwa after a woman @Iyaboawokoya shamed him on Twitter for posing in the snow in Canada.
The hashtag #snowpose is currently trending as Nigerians in the diaspora share photos of themselves on Twitter with a hashtag #snow pose, as they welcome and encourage Muyiwa.
See different snow pose photos below.
Yes snow is something to be proud of! Makes your pictures even more beautiful. Canadians please quote this picture with pictures of you in the snow, let this bitter witch eat her heart out #snowposehttps://t.co/VyszXncgkSpic.twitter.com/ddmFtZXuwZ
— I am 'Pelumi to you… (@_CandidLips_) January 2, 2021
— Titilade (@titilade_a) January 3, 2021
— Rebel (@iamstillyvonne) January 3, 2021
— Dr akay (@akallen101) January 3, 2021
— ‘Tunde Omotoye (@TundeTASH) January 3, 2021
They asked who poses in snow.
— MP (@prof_affidavit) January 3, 2021
Don't let any "Uncle & Aunty" witches and wizard sell Nigeria go better dreams to you while they're living abroad with their families, wishing you all the best with your Visa application and Move as soon as possible. #snowposepic.twitter.com/5LMIO2xBbI
— Dadto2heroes (@miceley) January 3, 2021
“Big sis and Aburo mi” don push all these diaspora twitter to start dropping #SnowPose 🤣💃🏾 I love to see it
— TheRemmySaheed ⚡️ (@Remmzor_YBNL) January 3, 2021
My Canada story….Wrote IELTS 3 time before I achieved required score, Sat and passed Nursing exam at first sitting, Worked in a lot of hospitals and Nursing home…Bought my first house 3rd yr after got to Canada…..it was not easy for sure but the difference is clear clear… pic.twitter.com/g6lAsfKDeD
— *_M.I.L.L.I.S.H.I.E.L.D_* *_O.N.E_* (@MRBRIKILA1) January 3, 2021