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Lai Mohammed Will Claim FG Forced Jack Dorsey To Resign As Twitter CEO – Aisha

Aisha said that Lai Mohammed would claim responsibility for Jack Dorsey’s resignation as Twitter Chief Executive Officer.

Popular human rights activist, Aisha Yesufu has reacted to the recent resignation of Twitter co-founder, Jack Dorsey as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the social media company.

Lai Mohammed Will Claim Nigerian Govt Forced Jack Dorsey To Resign As Twitter CEO – Aisha

KanyiDaily recalls that on Monday, November 29, Dorsey had announced that he has stepped down as Twitter CEO, and he will be replaced by the chief technical officer, Parag Agrawal.

Reacting to the development on her Twitter page, Yesufu said she wouldn’t be surprised if Lai Mohammed claim responsibility for Jack Dorsey’s resignation as Twitter CEO.

According to her, Mohammed would soon tell Nigerians that Jack’s resignation was part of negotiations to return the social media platform to the Nigerian space.

She wrote, “I wouldn’t be surprised to hear Lai Mohammed claim they forced Jack to resign. They might even say it was part of the agreement for them to unban twitter in Nigeria.”

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Lai Mohammed Will Claim Nigerian Govt Forced Jack Dorsey To Resign As Twitter CEO – Aisha

Aisha Yesufu was reacting to the Twitter ban in Nigeria which happened after the social media giant took down a tweet where President Muhammadu Buhari was adjudged to have threatened citizens of the country.

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