WhatsApp Nigeria Latest News
WhatsApp has announced that it would stop working on all Windows smartphones as from December 2019, as the chatting app will no longer work on all mobile devices running Windows operating system.
WhatsApp users in the country on Wednesday, January 23, rejoiced that the messaging app did not crash on Tuesday, January 22, contrary to what was experienced in some parts of the world on both platforms of Android and iOS.
Nigerians sure know how to find the joke in every situation, no matter how serious it may be. Just recently, there were several reports suggesting that popular instant messaging app, Whatsapp, crashed worldwide.
Two reports have revealed that fake news is being spread on WhatsApp, as the 2019 general elections approach. One of the reports also found that stories that turned out to be fake had been shared by almost a third of Nigerians.
Yayinda zaben 2019 ke gabatowa, hukumar zabe mai zaman kanta ta haramta wa jami’an kasancewa mamba a kungiyoyin WhatsApp. Hukumar zaben ta aika da wata wasika ga dukkanin kwamishinonin zabe 37, inda take sanar masu hukuncin ta.
A Nigerian lady has taken to sharing a rather hilarious account about a thief who does not know how to steal so well. This thief uploaded his picture on the owner's Whatsapp story and thus exposed himself to the whole world.