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Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by CilicMarin: 8:11am On Jun 05
Nigerians are about 200 Million people, and twitterNG has just about 2 million people, so you don't expect a president who swore to protect the corporate existence of Nigeria, to allow a platform that clearly supports the balkanization of the country to remain in operation..

IPOB has been designated a terrorists organisation by the FG and also pronounced by different courts of law in Nigeria, why twitter still give them audience and it's platform to threaten harm to the residents of the country?

Can twitter do that in America, or Europe?
Why can't they respect the laws of the country they operate in?


Twitter must respect the sovereign integrity of nations wherein they operate.

If a government had designated a group as a terrorist group, Twitter has no justification to allow such groups to propagate their rhetoric via their platform.

Respect Africa!

Good-bye Twitter..

lalasticlala Mynd44 ...let's balance it out...

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by Aufbauh(m): 8:12am On Jun 05
Exactly! Paltry 2million users which is just 1% of our population.

I'm sure more than 70% of Buhari's supporters don't use social media talk more of Twitter. That's why the opposition are in severe pains cus one of their vehicles have been punctured.

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by SimplyShit: 8:14am On Jun 05
CilicMarin:
Nigerians are about 200 Million people, and twitterNG has just about 2 million people, so you don't expect a president who swore to protect the corporate existence of Nigeria, to allow a platform that clearly supports the balkanization of the country to remain in operation..

IPOB has been designated a terrorists organisation by the FG and also pronounced by different courts of law in Nigeria, why twitter still give them audience and it's platform to threaten harm to the residents of the country?

Can twitter do that in America, or Europe?
Why can't they respect the laws of the country they operate in?


Twitter must respect the sovereign integrity of nations wherein they operate.

If a government had designated a group as a terrorist group, Twitter has no justification to allow such groups to propagate their rhetoric via their platform.

Respect Africa!

Good-bye Twitter..

lalasticlala Mynd44 ...let's balance it out...

I perceive you as someone short. A midget

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by GuyWise101(m): 8:14am On Jun 05
Nna mehnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

Another Yoruba boy defending his Fulani masters.! What a tribe.

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by AchalugoNwa(f): 8:14am On Jun 05
CilicMarin:
Nigerians are about 200 Million people, and twitterNG has just about 2 million people, so you don't expect a president who swore to protect the corporate existence of Nigeria, to allow a platform that clearly supports the balkanization of the country to remain in operation..

IPOB has been designated a terrorists organisation by the FG and also pronounced by different courts of law in Nigeria, why twitter still give them audience and it's platform to threaten harm to the residents of the country?

Can twitter do that in America, or Europe?
Why can't they respect the laws of the country they operate in?


Twitter must respect the sovereign integrity of nations wherein they operate.

If a government had designated a group as a terrorist group, Twitter has no justification to allow such groups to propagate their rhetoric via their platform.

Respect Africa!

Good-bye Twitter..

lalasticlala Mynd44 ...let's balance it out...

trash trash trash

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by BigSarah(f): 8:15am On Jun 05
You mean a paid sycophant... Even high ranking BMC are using VPN to tweet.

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by donbachi(m): 8:16am On Jun 05
I sorry for u.
Trump was banned and he did not ban twitter.keep deceiving urself.
Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by princechurchill(m): 8:16am On Jun 05
Ipob dey give this president sleepless nights,

una never see anything una ban Twitter yet we still dey trend lol

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by OnionBandit(f): 8:18am On Jun 05
The okoros will never like this thread

..but God bless you real good

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by IamPlato(m): 8:19am On Jun 05
...

Twitter is owned by fools...


Nigeria government is run by fools...

Nigeria is populated with fools...

Everybody for this world no get sense again...


Kindly forget about twitter that has never done us any good and focus on your dying country...

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by Joromi1: 8:20am On Jun 05
GuyWise101:
Nna mehnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

Another Yoruba boy defending his Fulani masters.! What a tribe.
So everyone who supports Buhari is Yoruba? Just like Garba Shehu and Lai Mohammed abi?
The way you people reason at times..

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by doffman: 8:26am On Jun 05
CilicMarin:
Nigerians are about 200 Million people, and twitterNG has just about 2 million people, so you don't expect a president who swore to protect the corporate existence of Nigeria, to allow a platform that clearly supports the balkanization of the country to remain in operation..

IPOB has been designated a terrorists organisation by the FG and also pronounced by different courts of law in Nigeria, why twitter still give them audience and it's platform to threaten harm to the residents of the country?

Can twitter do that in America, or Europe?
Why can't they respect the laws of the country they operate in?


Twitter must respect the sovereign integrity of nations wherein they operate.

If a government had designated a group as a terrorist group, Twitter has no justification to allow such groups to propagate their rhetoric via their platform.

Respect Africa!

Good-bye Twitter..

lalasticlala Mynd44 ...let's balance it out...
Kudos for your good analysis .
If Twitter feels Buhari post violated their policy then, why Twitter doesn't care to ban IPOB Twitter handle as well.

For me am very happy for that . If other countries emulate Buhari to ban twitter as well, Twitter will learn how to pay attention to other people policy as well .

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by CilicMarin: 8:27am On Jun 05
doffman:

Kudos for your good analysis .
If Twitter feels Buhari post violated their policy then, why Twitter doesn't care to ban IPOB Twitter handle as well.

For me am very happy for that . If other countries emulate Buhari to ban twitter as well, Twitter will learn how to pay attention to other people policy as well .


It’s the colonial messiah complex that’s emboldening them. They don’t believe other countries have the right to designate a group as a terrorist group. Only their country can sit in Washington & designate a group in another country as a terrorist group.

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by vedaxcool(m): 8:27am On Jun 05
Ipob terrorists will never win! Many youths suffer inferiority complex, so ignore the pestilence.

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by GuyWise101(m): 8:28am On Jun 05
KoshCAD:
Oloriburuku ni Iran e. Can your father proof the bastard writer is Yoruba.

Stupid OSU boy. What a race. Spit.
Joromi1:

So everyone who supports Buhari is Yoruba? Just like Garba Shehu and Lai Mohammed abi?
The way you people reason at times..
Nna mehnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

The guy is a well known Yoruba boy

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by princemillla(m): 8:29am On Jun 05
CilicMarin:
Nigerians are about 200 Million people, and twitterNG has just about 2 million people, so you don't expect a president who swore to protect the corporate existence of Nigeria, to allow a platform that clearly supports the balkanization of the country to remain in operation..

IPOB has been designated a terrorists organisation by the FG and also pronounced by different courts of law in Nigeria, why twitter still give them audience and it's platform to threaten harm to the residents of the country?

Can twitter do that in America, or Europe?
Why can't they respect the laws of the country they operate in?


Twitter must respect the sovereign integrity of nations wherein they operate.

If a government had designated a group as a terrorist group, Twitter has no justification to allow such groups to propagate their rhetoric via their platform.

Respect Africa!

Good-bye Twitter..

lalasticlala Mynd44 ...let's balance it out...


I love the fact that u wrote in a long lines but was disappointed at ur conclusion. What is you Gov doing on Twitter in the first place. Twitter was never for political gathering. Why are they so pained about the activities of twitters?

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by Tbasicme: 8:34am On Jun 05
SimplyShit:


I perceive you as someone short. A midget
grin
No start wetin go make them ban NL oh

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by Igboid: 8:44am On Jun 05
GuyWise101:
Nna mehnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

Another Yoruba boy defending his Fulani masters.! What a tribe.

Yellowbar Muslim you forgot to be specific.

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by fiizznation: 8:45am On Jun 05
Aptly said!!! Twitter should have been ban like two years ago because of their recklessness. You deleted a tweet of a sitting president cautioning those arsonists and you directly/indirectly promote tweets of terrorists(ipob).

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by sammy329(m): 8:46am On Jun 05
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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by NaijaRoyalty(m): 8:49am On Jun 05
CilicMarin:
Nigerians are about 200 Million people, and twitterNG has just about 2 million people, so you don't expect a president who swore to protect the corporate existence of Nigeria, to allow a platform that clearly supports the balkanization of the country to remain in operation..

IPOB has been designated a terrorists organisation by the FG and also pronounced by different courts of law in Nigeria, why twitter still give them audience and it's platform to threaten harm to the residents of the country?

Can twitter do that in America, or Europe?
Why can't they respect the laws of the country they operate in?


Twitter must respect the sovereign integrity of nations wherein they operate.

If a government had designated a group as a terrorist group, Twitter has no justification to allow such groups to propagate their rhetoric via their platform.

Respect Africa!

Good-bye Twitter..

lalasticlala Mynd44 ...let's balance it out...

See the dirty flag you posted here and tomorrow you will say you're patriotic

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by mrvitalis(m): 8:53am On Jun 05
CilicMarin:
Nigerians are about 200 Million people, and twitterNG has just about 2 million people, so you don't expect a president who swore to protect the corporate existence of Nigeria, to allow a platform that clearly supports the balkanization of the country to remain in operation..

IPOB has been designated a terrorists organisation by the FG and also pronounced by different courts of law in Nigeria, why twitter still give them audience and it's platform to threaten harm to the residents of the country?

Can twitter do that in America, or Europe?
Why can't they respect the laws of the country they operate in?


Twitter must respect the sovereign integrity of nations wherein they operate.

If a government had designated a group as a terrorist group, Twitter has no justification to allow such groups to propagate their rhetoric via their platform.

Respect Africa!

Good-bye Twitter..

lalasticlala Mynd44 ...let's balance it out...
Hamaz is seen as a terrorist organization by isreal and USA but is on Twitter

The truth is self determination is. Fundamental human rights and must be protected

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by Nobody: 8:55am On Jun 05
GuyWise101:
Nna mehnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

Another Yoruba boy defending his Fulani masters.! What a tribe.

mostly likely a head slammer.

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by fitzmayowa: 8:57am On Jun 05
fiizznation:
Aptly said!!! Twitter should have been ban like two years ago because of their recklessness. You deleted a tweet of a sitting president cautioning those arsonists and you directly/indirectly promote tweets of terrorists(ipob).


The question should be what is government doing your twitter Buhari should have passed his genocidal message on NTA, as far twitter is concerned they have the right to delete a genocidal message from a sitting president that's does not care about a particular section of the country.....

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by fitzmayowa: 9:03am On Jun 05
CilicMarin:
Nigerians are about 200 Million people, and twitterNG has just about 2 million people, so you don't expect a president who swore to protect the corporate existence of Nigeria, to allow a platform that clearly supports the balkanization of the country to remain in operation..

IPOB has been designated a terrorists organisation by the FG and also pronounced by different courts of law in Nigeria, why twitter still give them audience and it's platform to threaten harm to the residents of the country?

Can twitter do that in America, or Europe?
Why can't they respect the laws of the country they operate in?


Twitter must respect the sovereign integrity of nations wherein they operate.

If a government had designated a group as a terrorist group, Twitter has no justification to allow such groups to propagate their rhetoric via their platform.

Respect Africa!

Good-bye Twitter..

lalasticlala Mynd44 ...let's balance it out...


What is the government doing on twitter Also maybe you should cry to Buhari to ban Facebook too for deleting the crappy genocidal message he posted on Facebook....

There is NTA there for Buhari to use and Twitter reserves the right to delete or ban any account as they deem fit....

I guess Rwandan president should have used twitter to threaten the Tutsi ethnic group with genocide simply because there are rebels in that country who are Tutsi....

Most you will just come here with 10mb and start posting crap without critical reasoning....

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by Brimstone77: 9:05am On Jun 05
Only a fool will think that the Fulani lead federal government banned Twitter because they deleted buharis tweet...


The truth is that the Fulani government of Nigeria (FGN) harbours hatred for Twitter since the endsars protest because of the role Twitter played in organizing and sustaining that protest..


But zombies have already started blaming and calling ipob..



Twitter blocked Trump the US president then so what are you yapping about..

You Fulani lead FG should also cut ties with other world countries that refused to recognize ipob as a terror group..


Currently ipob is legitimately registered in more than 100 countries of the world including USA..


Your idiotic federal government should cut all ties with those countries..


Zombie!!!

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by seunmsg(m): 9:06am On Jun 05
Like I said yesterday, we are watching big techs become a monster without knowing it. Government should regulate private companies and not the other way round.

If some of you can’t see the danger in allowing a foreign tech company the powers to censor the speech of an elected president at will, then there really is a problem. Funny enough, the same platform has been doing everything to promote a terrorist organization that intends to disintegrate Nigeria.

This is not about Buhari but about the corporate existence of Nigeria. I don’t support the ban but I’m also against the censorship of the speech of the president. National governments should never be allowed to be at the mercy of foreign tech companies.

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by Brimstone77: 9:08am On Jun 05
seunmsg:
Like I said yesterday, we are watching big techs become a monster without knowing it. Government should regulate private companies and not the other way round.

If some of you can’t see the danger in allowing a foreign tech company the powers to censor the speech of an elected president at will, then there really is a problem. Funny enough, the same platform has been doing everything to promote a terrorist organization that intends to disintegrate Nigeria.

This is not about Buhari but about the corporate existence of Nigeria. I don’t support the ban but I’m also against the censorship of the speech of the president. National governments should never be allowed to be at the mercy of foreign tech companies.
but you zombies were rejoicing when Twitter blocked Trump..



Hypocrite!

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by CilicMarin: 9:09am On Jun 05
seunmsg:
Like I said yesterday, we are watching big techs become a monster without knowing it. Government should regulate private companies and not the other way round.

If some of you can’t see the danger in allowing a foreign tech company the powers to censor the speech of an elected president at will, then there really is a problem. Funny enough, the same platform has been doing everything to promote a terrorist organization that intends to disintegrate Nigeria.

This is not about Buhari but about the corporate existence of Nigeria. I don’t support the ban but I’m also against the censorship of the speech of the president. National governments should never be allowed to be at the mercy of foreign tech companies.

Thank you my brother...one doesn't need to like Buhari, to see the danger this tech companies have in stock for the well being of countries. Who is Jack to censure what Buhari posts on social media, just he belongs to him?

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by seunmsg(m): 9:12am On Jun 05
Brimstone77:
but you zombies were rejoicing when Twitter blocked Trump..
Hypocrite!

Personally, I expressed my concerns over allowing Twitter such powers. It is an aberration. China has completely banned Twitter. India is about to follow suit. Gradually, world leaders will come together and put these tech companies where they belong. It is just a matter of time.

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Re: Another Nairalander's Take On Twitter BAN by doggedfighter(f): 9:13am On Jun 05
Keep supporting yourself with your different monickers.

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