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The 2015 presidential election wasn’t a play in the park. With Goodluck Jonathan and Mohammed Buhari slugging it out on social media, and Buhari emerging the winner every time, things were looking good for APC, PDP’s major opposition. In reality, it could have swung either way.

In the end, the cap will be sitting comfortably on Buhari’s head and Nigerians can say with confidence that the 2015 presidential election was free and fair.

Interesting things went down during this period. From underaged kids voting to purported election rigging in Rivers state, to the Jega vs Orubebe showdown. The social media was effective tool in following happenings around the country during this time.

These are the best memes from the around the social mediaverse.

What is good for the goose is good for the gander.

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Nobody wants 4 more years of the same thing.

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Buhari, where is your certificate?

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When the election dates were changed when it was almost upon us.

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When the INEC committee took a 4 hour recess to reconvene at 8pm.

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This is the cure to impatience. Take 2 pills to develop a poker face.

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When you don’t trust the sign language translator.

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If you Orubebe me, I will Jega you.

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In the bible of Nigerian politics, it states that…

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When you give your opponent one eye/asko.

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It’s time for change.

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This is evidence of the ability of Nigerians to find humor in everything.

Chioma Nkemdilim | Author

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