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There is No Such Plan to lift Twitter Ban — Twitter Reacts To Nigerian Govt’s


Web-based media goliath Twitter has responded to the choice by the Federal Government to lift the restriction on the utilization of its foundation in Nigeria.

“We as of late met with the Nigerian government to examine why Twitter has been obstructed and approaches to determine the matter,” a representative for the microblogging webpage was cited as saying by Reuters.

“Our point is to graph a way ahead to the reclamation of Twitter for everybody in Nigeria. We anticipate progressing conversations with the Nigerian government and seeing the assistance reestablished very soon.”

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This followed the declaration by the Minister of data and Culture, Lai Mohammed, that the public authority would lift the prohibition on Twitter in merely days.

Mohammed who informed State House journalists toward the finish of the Federal Executive Council meeting on Wednesday uncovered that the situation with the discussion with the web-based media goliath had gotten to a genial stage.

He clarified that arrangements had been reached in all spaces, aside from three that have been unsettled.

Scarcely a day after President Buhari tweeted, Twitter brought down the post which it said abused its standards.

Two days after the microblogging webpage brought down the President’s tweet, the public authority declared that it had endlessly suspended Twitter’s activities in the country.

The industrious utilization of the stage for exercises fit for subverting Nigeria’s corporate presence was one reason refered to.

In any case, the public authority said it steered clear of the erased tweet.

It had likewise coordinated the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) to promptly initiate the way toward authorizing all OTT and web-based media tasks in Nigeria.

This started a far and wide clamor from people and gatherings inside the nation, just as individuals from the global local area who requested that the public authority cancel its choice.


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