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Twitter Needs To Be Shutdown In Nigeria For Removing Buhari’s Speech – Adamu Garba

Adamu Garba has asked the Nigerian government to shut down Twitter in Nigeria.

A former presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba has declared that Twitter needs to be shutdown from Nigerian internet space after the social media company removed a post by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Twitter Needs To Be Shutdown In Nigeria For Removing Buhari’s Speech - Adamu Garba 1

KanyiDaily recalls that Twitter had on Wednesday deleted Buhari’s tweet which threatened to deal with “pro-Biafran secessionist” in “the language they will understand”.

Twitter said the offensive tweet violated the social media company’s abusive behaviour policy, leading to a 12-hour suspension of President Buhari’s account.

Reacting to the development on Thursday, Adamu Garba said Twitter has no right to take down President Buhari’s tweet, adding that the micro-blogging site should be banned in Nigeria.

“Twitter has no right to infuse into our local political affairs. It’s a company not a government,” he tweeted.

“By removing our democratically elected President’s speech to the people of Nigeria, Twitter needs to be shut down from Nigeria’s internet space. Twitter needs to get out of Nigeria.”

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KanyiDaily recalls that Adamu Garba had in 2020 instituted a $1 billion lawsuit against Twitter founder, Jack Dorsey, over his alleged role in the #EndSARS protests which led to violence and loss of lives in some parts of the country.

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