Reuters reported that WhatsApp went down around the globe on Wednesday for several hours before being resolved. Apparently very few Nigerians – if any at all – noticed this.
WhatsApp had this to say, “Earlier today, WhatsApp users in all parts of the world were unable to access WhatsApp for a few hours. We have now fixed the issue and apologize for the inconvenience.”
WhatsApp said the outage affected “all parts of the world,” but tbh Nigerians can barely relate.
When everyone keeps saying WhatsApp was down last night, but you slept by 11pm & woke by 6 this morning to find 7 messages on your WhatsApp pic.twitter.com/rzPm33jqOe
— FAVOUR ONYEOZIRI (@Rouvafe) May 4, 2017
Am I the only one who didn't notice that whatsapp was down for a few hours
— ॐFr♞nkعnstein_Holmes (@sherlock_stein) May 4, 2017
Really? Whatsapp was down?! 😕
— Chy (@coolchinyere) May 4, 2017
My face when i heard WhatsApp was down.. All i knw is i slept wit it workin and woke up wit it still workin.. 😝😝 pic.twitter.com/B8KV141fEm
— GoddaY (@AluyaGoddey) May 4, 2017
Maybe 1 or 2 actually experienced it…
#whatsapp went down last night and we all remember our BBM app……Only those who slept late last night will understand.
— yinka Akinlabi (@yinkus4mii) May 4, 2017
Good morning to everyone.
Except "Jim Balsamic (CEO of Whatsapp)" and the foolish stunt he pulled last night.
— tolu ogunlesi (@toluogunlesi) May 4, 2017
… but thought it was the usual network wahala
When WhatsApp was down I was busy blaming @GloWorld for having a terrible network service 😂😂😂. I have trust issues in network😂.
— Moyin Fayemi Beth (@bethfayemi) May 3, 2017
… while others just said our mind
Was whatsapp actually down? Cos mine was working fine.. Had zero messages all day as usual.
— Abbey (@Avril_bydoh) May 4, 2017
Just the way Whatsapp did last night, that's how rapture will take place one day Buh where will you and me be dat day?
— Shemkaz09 (@Temytayo09) May 3, 2017
Just going to use this whatsapp thing as an excuse to ignore some people forever
— Ifeoma Ogonna Nwobu (@Ifeoma_Nwobu) May 3, 2017