Buhari and the return of Twitter

1/14/2022 10:52:00 AM

Buhari and the return of Twitter

Buhari, Twitter

Buhari and the return of Twitter

However, on Wednesday, Buhari lifted the ban on Twitter after seven months. This apparent sentimental reaction to Twitter impacted millions of Internet users in the country and cost the country’s economy more than $1.4 billion, Wow. All because of emotionality! A very costly reaction to a developing economy. Especially at a time when the Nigerian people are experiencing enormous economic hardship and unemployment rate is extremely high.

The Buhari regime told us that “many agreements had been reached” with the mega social media platform which includes committing to establishing a legal entity in Nigeria, agreeing to appointing a selected country representative to work with the Nigerian government. However, Twitter as part of its global rules to commit to freedom of expression, responded to the restoration of operations in Nigeria, by saying its “…mission in Nigeria and around the world is to serve the public conversation.” In other words, telling Buhari and his regime to expand civic communication.

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While the Buhari regime said Twitter agreed to give its officials the capability to take down tweets it considers a threat to Nigeria’s security, well, that was exactly what Twitter did when it deleted the threatening post from Buhari.Seun Opejobi Nigerians have accused President Muhammadu Buhari of trying to play smart ahead of the 2023 general elections.interference of microblogging site, Twitter Inc, in Nigeria’s internal and national security affairs.The.

Just like it did to former American President Donald Trump who repeatedly violated Twitter’s rules until he was permanently suspended from the site and other social media platforms. The Buhari regime told us that “many agreements had been reached” with the mega social media platform which includes committing to establishing a legal entity in Nigeria, agreeing to appointing a selected country representative to work with the Nigerian government. The lifting of the ban followed approval by President Muhammadu Buhari after 222 days. However, Twitter as part of its global rules to commit to freedom of expression, responded to the restoration of operations in Nigeria, by saying its “…mission in Nigeria and around the world is to serve the public conversation. In a statement issued by John James Akpanudoedehe, national secretary of the party’s Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC), APC said, “Our great party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) salutes President Muhammadu Buhari and the patriotic citizens of our nation for standing firm against the interference of Twitter Inc.” In other words, telling Buhari and his regime to expand civic communication. In a statement on Wednesday in Abuja, Kashifu noted the approval was given following a memo written to Buhari by his Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Prof Isa Ali Ibrahim. We have so much disturbing regional and community stresses in Nigeria, so if Twitter can find a way to allow itself to be an added value for commercial and positive engagements, it will be very appreciated.

What Buhari needs to understand is that Twitter has this major rule known as the ‘glorification of violence’ policy, which aims to prevent direct or indirect endorsement of violence that could inspire others to engage in violent expressions and acts. The ban was placed a few days after the micro-blogging site deleted Buhari’s tweet. President indeed stood up for the sovereignty of our nation until Twitter acceded to all six demands of the Federal Government of Nigeria concerning their practices in matters concerning our nation. If in the coming days, weeks, and months, Buhari, as the President of Nigeria, makes the least mistake again and breaks the company’s rules regarding “glorifying violence”, he will get the Trump’ treatment, short-term and even permanent suspension of his account. Read Also . While others berated the Nigerian government, others commended authorities for the step taken.