Fight between South African, Nigerian, Ghanaian and Kenyan Tweeps: Whose country is better?

Fight between South African, Nigerian, Ghanaian and Kenyan Tweeps: Whose country is better?

- A Nigerian shared a photo of some of the richest Nigerians sitting around a table

- He stated that the people pictured could buy the whole of Ghana, South Africa and Kenya

- This sparked a massive Twitter debate among users from the respective countries

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A simple photo and its caption have sparked a massive Twitter debate over which country between Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, and Kenya is better.

A Nigerian Twitter user, Oluyemi Fasipe, posted the image recently. It showed some of the richest Nigerians sitting around a large table. He accompanied it with the caption:

This table [could] buy the whole of Ghana, Kenya, and South Africa in [a] single transaction.

Twitter users from Ghana, South Africa, and Kenya responded to defend their respective countries and poke fun of Nigeria. In turn, those from Nigeria gave back as much as they got.

What followed was a hilarious debate. Briefly.co.za compiles some of the reactions below.

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South Africans rubbished the claim that their country could be bought:

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Ghanaians and Kenyans weren't left behind:

When Nigerians responded, the exchanges that followed were absolutely funny:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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