The social media, the new media, has come to stay, with several platforms connecting people all over the world. Every learned or matured individual now has at least one social media account – from Facebook to Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, WhatsApp, BBM, Yahoo messenger, to mention but few. These social media platforms serve various purposes, like meeting new friends, communicating with a handful of people at a time, uploading pictures, sharing posts and the likes.
Meanwhile, the social media has helped produce marriages, business ties between people from different countries, lasting friendships and other positive things.
However, each of these medium has its own excesses and people tend to go out of their way to do the unthinkables thereby landing themselves in one trouble or the other. A lot of such cases have been recorded in the past.
Encomium.ng spoke with social media users on what they can never post. Below are their responses…
I can not post anything that arouse sexual attraction, posting of dead bodies. I can not post anything that will be regrettable after posting it on social media.
I can’t post my private life on social media and anything pornographic. You can not see me uploading it on social media.
Anything about my life can not be posted on social media, except motivational talks or some sensible pictures .
I can not put my naked or other people’s nakedness on social media. But I can put any other thing on social media even about my life.
I can’t post nude pictures and my private life on social media because it’s not ment for public .
My private life. I can’t flaunt my wealth on social media. I only go there to stay abreast of what’s going on and to post important messages.
I can post news, important messages on social media, but I can not post my private life, my wealth, discussing my family issue on media and pornographic picture that can not be done on social media.
I only go to social media to get information, latest news, chat with my friends and do business online. But I am not there to post my private life and to post something that is against God’s wish.
-Shukurat Alimi and Azeezat Kareem for encomium.ng