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Wizkid Becomes First Nigerian Artiste With 1 Million Twitter Followers

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Nigerian award-winning singer, Ayo Balogun, a.k.a Wizkid has become the first Nigerian artiste to reach one million followers on popular social networking site, Twitter.
Currently with 1,001,047 followers as at writing this, the EME music label act beats other popular music artistes like D’banj (816k+ followers), Don Jazzy (719k+ followers), 2face Idibia (686k+ followers) and Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji (542k+ followers).

However, the popular music star would need about 300,000 followers more to surpass Nigerian pastor, Chris Oyakhilome who is currently the most followed Nigerian on Twitter with 1.3 million followers.
Wizkid joined the micro-blogging platform on October 14, 2009, has about 31,500 tweets and follows 1,206 people as at the time of this post.
by techloy.com/

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