Twitter Ban News: FG Sets To Lift Ban on Twitter.
The Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed has revealed that the Federal Government is on the verge of lifting the ban it placed on Twitter. Info Guide Nigeria
He explained that the FG and Twitter have reached an agreement on some of the terms, and conditions.
The Minister made this known at the State House, in a media chat, after the week’s virtual Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting which was chaired by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo (SAN). dollar to naira
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Recalled that Twitter’s decision to delete the tweet of President Muhammadu Buhari warning the southeastern people of Nigeria, predominantly Igbo people was the major cause of this ban on June 5th_2021.
However, he revealed that there are some grey areas like Twitter setting up an office and having a Twitter staff of management cadre that will stand in for the country.
According to the Minister, there are talks on setting up a Nigeria-based office, although that looks farfetched for now. However, he discloses that the talks with Twitter will continue soon.
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