From the Manchester bomb attack to the recent demise of Chukwuma Onuekwusi and Roger Moore, Nigerians, as always, were constantly on Google to gather information.
Here are the stories that trended on Google in the last seven days.
Manchester bomb attack at Ariana Grande’s concert
Twenty-two people were killed and about 59 were injured in the devastating suicide attack that halted Ariana Grande’s UK concert at Manchester Arena on Monday.
Many people around the world took to social media and other online platforms to show solidarity with the victims of the terror attack.
Nigerians searched Google using search terms such as ‘manchester attack’, ‘ariana grande manchester attack’, ‘manchester bomb attack’, and ‘ariana grande manchester’.
Chukwuma Onuekwusi’s death
Chukwuma Onuekwusi, Channels TV state house correspondent, died on Tuesday, May 23, at a private clinic in Abuja after battling an undisclosed illness.
Google searches about his deth included ‘Chukwuma Onuekwusi dead’, ‘Chukwuma Onuekwusi cause of death’, ‘state correspondent dead’, and ‘Chukwuma Onuekwusi’.
Rogers Moore, a British actor, popularly known for his role as James Bond, passed away in Switzerland after battling with cancer.
Fans searched ‘roger moore dead’, ‘sir roger moore’, ‘sean connery’, and ‘james bond’.
The 19-year-old Nigerian has banged 20 goals this season in the Belgian league and has attracted the attention of a number of clubs.
Everton, Southampton and West Brom were all believed to be interested in signing Onyekuru, and now Sky Sports is reporting Arsenal have joined the race.
Nigerian football fans searched Google using search terms such as ‘arsenal transfer news’, ‘Henry Onyekuru youtube’, ‘arsenal news’, and ‘ola aina’.
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