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Twitter Has Agreed To All Conditions Given By Nigerian Government – Festus Keyamo

Keyamo said Nigerian Government gave a lot of conditions Twitter and it agreed to all the conditions.

The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo says that Twitter has agreed to all the conditions given to it by the Nigerian Government.

Twitter Has Agreed To All Conditions Given By Nigerian Government – Festus Keyamo

Keyamo, who disclosed this during an interview on Channels Television on Sunday, said he is a member of the committee set up by President Muhammadu Buhari to engage Twitter over its suspension.

He said, “The reason why the president took that step is to recalibrate our relationship with Twitter and not to drive them away from our country.

“That recalibration, we have started it and the president graciously added me to the committee. We also set up a technical committee to interface with Twitter and come up with a lot of conditions for them to fulfil for us to lift the suspension.

“It was Twitter that reached out to the federal government to say they want to know what and what they can do to straighten up the relationship with the federal government and so, we have gone far but I may not, at this forum, let out a lot but we gave them a lot of conditions and they have agreed to all the conditions.”

KanyiDaily recalls that the Nigerian government had suspended Twitter on June 4, 2021, after it removed a post from President Buhari that threatened to punish regional secessionists “in the language they understand”.

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