Social Media Trends today cannot be overlook due to the huge attention some of Nigeria's Political Office Holders received. Check out top trending tops on Social Media For Thursday 5th November 2020, ritten By Olayemi Esan. Blush and BlissThe trajectory which budget naming in Cross River State has taken since the advent of Prof. Ben Ayade-led administration is such that consistently leaves many convulsed with laughter.The governor was at it today as he presented before the State House of Assembly, yet another budget with a funny nomenclature.The N277.7bn budget for the 2021 fiscal year is christened "Blush and Bliss".Many, however, have wondered why the governor has been tagging budgets with strange names. They also expressed interest in knowing how these budgets have so far improved the economic outlook of the state.Hope UzodinmaImo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma has promised to rebuild and rehabilitate all police stations burnt in the aftermath of the #EndSARS protest in the state.Uzodinma made the promise during the Security Summit held in Owerri, and attended by the Inspector General Of Police, Mohammed Adamu, who was in the state to assess the level of damage to police formations and other properties.The Governor has been commended by some Nigerians on social media for the pledge to rebuild damaged facilities belonging to the police. A couple others have also criticized Uzodinma, saying there are priority areas that require the government's attention; and that the Federal Government should provide funds for the rebuilding of affected police stations.EnuguIsSafeResidents of Enugu State have been urged by the governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, to renew their partnership with security personnel for effective policing of the state. Ugwuanyi made the call during a meeting with personnel of the Nigeria Police Force in Enugu.The governor's appeal reverberated all over the social media space with many Nigerians calling for peace and cooperation with security agencies. They expressed hope that the police would see the governor's meeting with them as an encouragement and show of support to their welfare and makes them exercise due diligence in discharging their duty.They also said the state government in a bid to restore normalcy has set up a panel of inquiry to look into the loss of lives and property that occurred in the wake of the EndSARS protests.Pandemic prevention feeCriticisms have greeted the management of Abia State University for asking students to pay a "Pandemic Prevention Fee" of N15,000.According to a viral circular purportedly issued by the management, students are to present receipt of payment before gaining access into the school.Those who reacted to the development on social media said instead of asking students to present their COVID-19 negative results, the school was devising a way of extorting money from parents and guardians.They, therefore, appealed to the Abia state government to intervene in the matter in order to forestall a possible breakdown of law and order in the institutions.