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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Nobody: 2:01pm On Jun 07
motymop:


Yes, i am sure you have never in your life own anything.

If someone takes just 0.0005% of your billions, you will be very very angry. Talkless of 1%. If everyone keeps taking your 0.0005% of your money, soon you will be broke.




hmm

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by SILVERLINES: 2:05pm On Jun 07
PataAlhajaKeji:
In addition to that, Twitter should tender an unreserved apology to the president with a promise to always delete tweets that compromise the sovereignity and territorial integrity of Nigeria.

The hunch-back, ashewo-fuckin', demented, IPOBic albino based in the U.K should also be permanently banned from Twitter.

Without doing the aforementioned, the ban remains.


I thought Buhari, Malami and liar Mohammed were this most foolish persons on earth, no now I know you are most than all submerise together

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Grace001: 2:07pm On Jun 07
Billyonaire666:


Uarian take it easy now. People are using twitter to sell and buy and also to brand their businesses and follow international brands. One illiterate who thinks twitter is just for chit chat cant just ban twitter cos they hurt his feelings. What does a professional cattle herdsman know about twitter?

He talks like an idiot, that's why he was banned. He cant shut down twitter because of his personal aggressiveness and tribal genocidal tendencies.

I’m even seeing this twitter banned as a fight against southerners. Because there is a wider margin between south and north when it’s comes to the use of twitter and social media generally.

That’s why their northern youths are not so bothered about it

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by superstar1(m): 2:09pm On Jun 07
Grace001:


I’m even seeing this twitter banned as a fight against southerners. Because there is a wider margin between south and north when it’s comes to the use of twitter and social media generally.

That’s why their northern youths are not so bothered about it

Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by omonnakoda: 2:09pm On Jun 07
FreedomWinsNow:


Google is worth $340 billion. What is $190m.

And Nigeria is not France. There is free speech in France.

Black man - reason properly.

cool
If you could reason properly you would not introduce the "black man" comment

Clearly you have a complex


Free speech is relative thing

France has a "Holocaust " denial law but criticizes those with blasphemy laws. Is that not hypocrisy
In many of these countries including Twitter religious opinions on homosexuality are blocked in the name of "hate speech"


We need to learn how to debate issues without taking sides personally

There is no contradiction. I support the ban on Twitter but I do not support Buhari's government
Buhari will not be there for ever

Twitter must show itself as subordinate to our laws

That means it it has any issue it should go TO A NIGERIAN COURT
Now if Twitter is not registered as a business in Nigeria it cannot do that so this is a smart trade move opening up the space for Nigerian companies

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Nobody: 2:10pm On Jun 07
omonnakoda:
If you could reason properly you would not introduce the "black man" comment

Clearly you have a complex


Free speech is relative thing

France has a "Holocaust " denial law but criticizes those with blasphemy laws. Is that not hypocrisy
In many of these countries including Twitter religious opinions on homosexuality are blocked in the name of "free speech"


We need to learn how to debate issues without taking sides personally

There is no contradiction. I support the ban on Twitter but I do not support Buhari's government
Buhari will not be there for ever

Twitter must show itself as subordinate to our laws

That means it it has any issue it should go TO A NIGERIAN COURT
Now if Twitter is not registered as a business in Nigeria it cannot do that so this is a smart trade move opening up the space for Nigerian companies

Scram . Think properly black man. Reason.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by kutashi: 2:11pm On Jun 07
motymop:


That 190m makes up that 340 billion.

You are a real black man.

Don't mind the idiot! While a lecturer will be lamenting with just a pence, I repeat, a pence in drop of share Price here in UK!

The mumu doesn't know that, the fine alone can lead to a cent drop in share price which may translate to a Billion erosion on the total company's worth!

Those people are educated illiterate which are far worse than ordinary illiterate because those one believes they knew not!

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by PataAlhajaKeji(m): 2:11pm On Jun 07
SILVERLINES:
I thought Buhari, Malami and liar Mohammed were this most foolish persons on earth, no now I know you are most than all submerise together

Obo iya ẹ!
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by motymop: 2:12pm On Jun 07
kutashi:


Don't mind the idiot! While a lecturer will be lamenting with just a pence, I repeat, a pence in drop of share Price here in UK!

The mumu doesn't know that, the fine alone can lead to a cent drop in share price which may translate to a Billion erosion on the total company's worth!

Those people are educated illiterate which are far worse than ordinary illiterate because those one believes they knew not!

grin

You cant blame them grin

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by AntiBMC(m): 2:13pm On Jun 07
They want to put twitter inside their babariga like they put Facebook. Power really intoxicates.. and when fools drink, they begin to feel they own the world.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by kodded(m): 2:19pm On Jun 07
kutashi:


Don't mind the idiot! While a lecturer will be lamenting with just a pence, I repeat, a pence in drop of share Price here in UK!

The mumu doesn't know that, the fine alone can lead to a cent drop in share price which may translate to a Billion erosion on the total company's worth!

Those people are educated illiterate which are far worse than ordinary illiterate because those one believes they knew not!
all this talk untop money that Google can recover within 2 days ? undecided

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Nobody: 2:27pm On Jun 07
Hahahahahahahaha

I just dey laugh

Comedians in Power

grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by MadamExcellency: 2:27pm On Jun 07
By their comments, you shall know them. I mean the enemy within.

Mark them which cause hardship, bondage and treachery in this country. They have nothing to say on insecurity, unemployment, worsening life expectancy in Nigeria.

They are just after their belly, they are devil in human skin.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Alusiizizi(m): 2:31pm On Jun 07
PataAlhajaKeji:
In addition to that, Twitter should tender an unreserved apology to the president with a promise to always delete tweets that compromise the sovereignity and territorial integrity of Nigeria.

The hunch-back, ashewo-fuckin', demented, IPOBic albino based in the U.K should also be permanently banned from Twitter.

Without doing the aforementioned, the ban remains.



In your dreams dvmbass. Twitter will issue no such apology and in fact, Nigeria has seen a sharp increase in Twitter usage after the ban. I suppose they should be thanking cowharri for sending so much business their way.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Kingrefreshed: 2:54pm On Jun 07
superstar1:


https://www.thecable.ng/breaking-fg-gives-condition-to-lift-ban-on-twitter

No no no no don't lift it. If you ever lift it na your shame be that.

Twats!!

Useless Government!

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Someone7(m): 2:54pm On Jun 07
If this man had any iota of self respect he would have resigned from this regime by now. Your boss is threatening YOUR people with war crimes and you still sit there humbly serving like a lap dog. Nawa o. Them curse you?

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by SchoolGate: 2:54pm On Jun 07
Romanoff:
So as educated as this man is, this is the nonsense coming out of his mouth.

So that's why they shot at protesters at the Lekki tollgate?
patlex which university did your father attend
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by blackpanda: 2:55pm On Jun 07
Elliotwaveforec:
If you like, no lift am! We can access twitter with operamini

AND WHAT WILL U BE DOING THERE no single govt agency dia to talk to or about grin
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Seniorwriter(m): 2:55pm On Jun 07
superstar1:


https://www.thecable.ng/breaking-fg-gives-condition-to-lift-ban-on-twitter
Laughable & just SMH @Our present clueless leaders.



We need young visionary leaders abeg!
Kessythegeek:
One idiot is one idiot. Two idiots are two idiots. Ten thousand idiots is a political party.

Kingrefreshed:


Stop misbehaving little uncircumcised boy. In a sane country you're not supposed to be allowed here.

SmartPolician:


We don't have responsible leaders in this part the world. If you want the world to respect you, a leader must respect his country and people.

Buhari has no regards for anyone...that's why he feels too big to address the country and flout its laws. If you are violating the same laws that brought you into power, I don't know why anyone should take you seriously.

Lastly, everyone knows that Buhari has nothing in his brain. That's why Trump called him a lifeless man
Mad Oooooo!!!.....



@Seniorwriter
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Kessythegeek(m): 2:56pm On Jun 07
One idiot is one idiot. Two idiots are two idiots. Ten thousand idiots is a political party.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by harjay1986: 2:56pm On Jun 07
superstar1:
Nigeria will not back down. We just told your US Canada and UK to their faces.

Just today, France fined Google £190m - US Canada and UK are deaf and dumb! It is only African countries they are always happy to comment on. Idiots

all because we still depend on them for everything..... shey u fit dictate for the person you borrow money from or the person wey dey sponsor you for school

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by pickatyouu: 2:57pm On Jun 07
As shame no make buhari and his fellow bullies tweet, dem don enter depression.
No remove the ban, we will use our vpn and proxies, twitter will be safe with out terrorist like you guys.
El rufai and bashir no fit even go 24 hrs, and I sure say Lai ,buhari, malami and buhari zombies don open alternate account to dey view what's trending .

Useless lots

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Classicalman(m): 2:58pm On Jun 07
superstar1:
Nigeria will not back down. We just told your US Canada and UK to their faces.

Just today, France fined Google £190m - US Canada and UK are deaf and dumb! It is only African countries they are always happy to comment on. Idiots
SHUT UP

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by JooEeL(m): 2:58pm On Jun 07
WHY LIFT IT?

FOOLS...

PLS CONTINUE IT. THAT BAN MUST REMAIN IN EFFECT. YOU IDIOTS HAVE SHOT YOURSELVES IN THE FOOT NA.

YOU THINK YOU'RE DOING US... NA UNA SEF UNA DEY DO.

AWON OPONU RADA RADA. IMAGINE!

SAHEL HOMO HABILIS TRYING TO ACT TOUGH.
grin
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by TWoods(m): 2:58pm On Jun 07
superstar1:
Nigeria will not back down. We just told your US Canada and UK to their faces.

Just today, France fined Google £190m - US Canada and UK are deaf and dumb! It is only African countries they are always happy to comment on. Idiots

Twitter will be just fine without Nigeria. It is banned in the most populous nation on earth (China) and it’s still going strong. Ultimately Nigeria is the biggest loser. Your government has just proven it has zero regard for free speech and is essentially an authoritarian regime in disguise. Good luck drawing the needed foreign investment with these types of rash policies.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by bluefilm: 2:59pm On Jun 07
But how can a few people just decide whether we should be on Twitter or not?

How is that even possible?

Just because of one man's careless tweet?

This is quite horrendous, I must say.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Nostring: 2:59pm On Jun 07
motymop:


Yes, i am sure you have never in your life own anything.

If someone takes just 0.0005% of your billions, you will be very very angry. Talkless of 1%. If everyone keeps taking your 0.0005% of your money, soon you will be broke.

Learn to think properly


abeg stop replying d dunce
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by hmohammed(m): 2:59pm On Jun 07
superstar1:


I am sure you are disappointed all your threats are wishful thinking are coming to nothing. Ndo for you.

You have just seen phase 2 today - directing media houses to get off Twitter and the summoning not the diplomats.

Phase 3 is coming.

Also notice the way the traffic on Twitter has thinned out.

Leave them, their eye never shine. FG is giving them serious headache LOL

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