US welcomes Twitter return, says Nigeria has strong democratic future

US welcomes Twitter return, says Nigeria has strong democratic future

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1/17/2022 10:15:00 PM

US welcomes Twitter return, says Nigeria has strong democratic future

Despite the challenges facing Nigeria, the future of the nation in the advancement of its democracy remained strong, the Public Affairs Counsellor, Embassy of the United States of America, Adnan Siddiqui, has said.

“You know, democracy is not perfect; even in the United States, we deal with ups and downs in terms of how much freedom people can actually benefit from. With freedom comes responsibility, you can’t say irresponsible things in the media if it hurts society and that is true of any country. Nigeria is a democracy and Nigeria is committed to having democratic values that are enshrined in its constitution and in the law.

“So we are trying to strike a balance, Nigeria is trying to strike a balance and as you noticed, Twitter came back in Nigeria and that was a very positive step forward and we welcome that.We are always for more freedom of expression.”Music used to douse national challenges

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So rich of the west to commend‘Twitter return’ & keep ‘mum’ at the ongoing genocide in Nigeria! No strong democratic future. These ones there are CRIMINALS in democratic shields Abi ori US buru ni They are fuckingly mad Whoever said Nigeria has a 'strong democracy' does not know what he is saying. Lol 😂 Lamba

'That is why we are here, that is why Americans are engaged in dialogue with Nigerians about issues of democracy, good governance and accountability'. Mtscheeeew 😆

AFCON: How Egypt's defeat to Nigeria helped us beat Guinea-Bissau -Salah - Punch NewspapersAFCON: How Egypt's defeat to Nigeria helped us beat Guinea-Bissau -Salah If your lifestyle revolves around a particular habitation which you see a far-sight of your future, I would say there shouldn't be a limit to realizing your dream home. 😊 Send us a DM today ForBookingNEnquiries Designedtostay You lied,the goal Guinea Bissau scored was a legitimate goal. Lie, Egypt cheated

But not under this government Really 🙄😷 Where ? What ? Gini? Reputation !!!! Taa gbafuo with your junk News ! US note this: Where there is no total elimination of interest in a constitutional government, there is no standing Justice. And where there is no total representation of interest in a constitutional government, there is no democracy. So, no Justice and no democracy in Nigeria.

Dis baba face always dey Change my mood … USinNigeria POTUS GOVUK Twitter return, because of political campaign! There is no sign of strong democratic future in Nigeria.. The people needs Referendum Did you US tell NIGERIA Government how they should pay Nigerians who lost billions during the wicked and foolish ban?

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AFCON: How Nigeria helped us correct our lapses - Mo SalahAfter a 1-0 loss against Nigeria in their AFCON opener, Salah kept the hope of Egypt alive in the encounter against Guniea-Bissau, on Saturday. I believe my Egyptian kin will definitely put a ball For good football betting Search and join ' LADSBROKE' on telegram his football tips are amazing But am seeing him with Nigeria not Guinea Bissau

🤸‍♂️🤸‍♂️🤸‍♂️ 🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️ US under POTUS is full of lies Very big fallacy Really! Those people are truly very dishonest. Story story !!!! Sakamaje 😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀 US can lie But some of our leaders don't value democracy rather money laundering Crazy people ofe

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Armed forces sacrificed their lives to give us a better country - ObianoThe Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano, has hailed the Nigerian Armed Forces for the sacrifices they made in ensuring that citizens live a better life in the country. It's true they gave their life but that better country is conflicting all because no better country yet Which ones and where is the better country ooo..Yeye person.. But I ain't given them

AFCON 2021: Why Equatorial Guinea defeated us - Algeria coach, BelmadiAlgeria coach, Djamel Belmadi has explained that his team was defeated 1-0 against Equatorial Guinea at the ongoing 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON, At least the excuses are not weather this time This Afcon is full of surprises. I have lost my bet many times since the beginning of Afcon Ifb

US embassy, NGE advocate press freedom at workshop “You know, democracy is not perfect; even in the United States, we deal with ups and downs in terms of how much freedom people can actually benefit from. With freedom comes responsibility, you can’t say irresponsible things in the media if it hurts society and that is true of any country. Nigeria is a democracy and Nigeria is committed to having democratic values that are enshrined in its constitution and in the law. “So we are trying to strike a balance, Nigeria is trying to strike a balance and as you noticed, Twitter came back in Nigeria and that was a very positive step forward and we welcome that. We are always for more freedom of expression.” Music used to douse national challenges The US Public Affairs Counsellor said his country had always been interested in music as a means to communicate with other countries because music diplomacy has a long history in American foreign policy ever since the 1940s and 1950s. “We have had many music exchange programmes with Nigeria, since her independence. Before the COVID came, we were actually sponsoring American musicians to come and perform at various venues in Nigeria and we are waiting for COVID to end to be able to bring American artists safely to Nigeria to perform and we hope to have an American pianist come in March to perform in Lagos and in Abuja. “I believe that good music and good songwriting involves consciousness-raising on a variety of social and cultural, political and economic issues and so a lot of young people in Nigeria are very much impacted by what is going on in the country. “They want to speak out and we encourage freedom of expression in the United States and throughout the world, I think this is an opportunity for Nigerian musicians, songwriters and singers to be able to have the material means to produce their songs. That is why we are interested in investing in equipment to donate to this group.” Copyright PUNCH. All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH. Contact: