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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by wink2015: 2:59pm 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

YOU ARE DISTANCING your comment from the main issue which is BUHARI faux pas !

He messed up with his war time threat to the Igbos.

Instead of apologising to twitter for going against their community guidelines Buhari generalise the issue and turn it to a national matter.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by SmartPolician: 2:59pm 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

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

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Kingrefreshed: 2:59pm 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.



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

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by tradebot: 3:00pm 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 Google block France they will beg

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by DEEBOZZ(m): 3:00pm On Jun 07
So the word *o is an abominable ward on
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by EricSmallz(m): 3:01pm On Jun 07
grin
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Melvin2000: 3:01pm 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
Easy na, don't take it personal. US, Canada and UK nor dey nairaland to see your comment
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Nobody: 3:02pm 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

Northern youths are still having the Ismael complex, they are chips of the old blocks. They need not be saved, their imprisonment has an illusion of freedom. They are groomed to be stupid.

As for the Southern youths, there is no reason to be civil to a people who will stop at nothing to kill you and take your inheritance; your land, which you consider as nothing, only begets value when you travel the world and return back and realize that, that which you had and rejected as nothing, is what otherworldly beings kill to get. It is the REAL Estate that is transferable from generation to generations. A land rich in surface water and glory of minerals.

It is that substrate of the condensed universe. It is that, that the Foolanis can kill for.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by FLYFIRE(m): 3:02pm On Jun 07
Chidexter:


Responsible. What a vague trash. An irresponsible government teaching us what's responsible and what's not
My brother help me ask them. When did irresponsibility start in Nigeria...WHEN APC WAS FORMED & INTRODUCED ABUSES ON THE PRESIDENT & HIS OFFICE. What caused this present bruhaha...WHEN THIER PRESIDENT TWITTED A GENOCIDAL STATEMENT. So who is IRRESAPONSIBLE....APC & ALL IT REPRESENTS
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Farki: 3:02pm On Jun 07
“We are not saying that Twitter is threatening the country or any such thing; why we have taken this measure is to stop them to be used as platforms for destabilisation and facilitation of criminality or encouragement of criminalities,”

Zombies in the mud. grin

These rules are already enforced in section 3 of the user agreement. Stupid and brainless zombies can't read and believe twitter was being favourable to Nnamdi Kanu against the president when they simply weren't reporting his tweets.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by zeusdgrt(m): 3:03pm 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
If only you know how u dey fall ur hand u for don try get sense grin
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Farki: 3:04pm 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

Buhari better not set foot in the UK for medical trips. angry

Since we all want to run mad.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by zudozz: 3:04pm On Jun 07
See the miserable people wey una gather wey dey rule una?
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by martineverest(m): 3:04pm 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
Google/alphabet is worth 1.6 trillion. dollars... please correct that

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by NGArmyTerrorist: 3:05pm On Jun 07
superstar1:


https://www.thecable.ng/breaking-fg-gives-condition-to-lift-ban-on-twitter
Mad naked people dancing around the World. They had started counting their losses already. Our tweet in exposing the killings going on in the country now go be worst. Una never see anything yet. Igbo is trending in Netherlands already!
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Hndrrxxx(m): 3:06pm 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


but it's not everyone taking it?? Why are you saying if and not so realistic � You just sound pained and delusional
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by King44(m): 3:06pm On Jun 07
Protest for good governance is criminality

Expressing your right to free speech by criticizing tyrant in gvt is criminality

Issokay
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Rickylambert(m): 3:06pm 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.


Mugu
Ppl are accessing Twitter recklessly.You are the only one blacked out.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by TWoods(m): 3:06pm 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 "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

You seem confused. Twitter doesn’t have to be subordinate to your laws. In the grand scheme of things, you need them, not the other way around.

France Holocaust denial law isn’t an abrogation of free speech, it is to prevent giving a platform to sympathizers of one of the worlds most heinous crimes. The same laws exist in Germany and Israel.

Blocking anti-gay speech isn’t a loss of free speech, it is meant to protect people from discrimination. It’s the same reason Twitter also blocks people from calling you a monkey and the “N” word.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by NGArmyTerrorist: 3:06pm On Jun 07
Chidexter:


Responsible. What a vague trash. An irresponsible government teaching us what's responsible and what's not
You have saliva to waste for that thing.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by LilMissFavvy(f): 3:07pm On Jun 07
This administration has really ruined the image of Nigeria in the eyes of developed nations, will things ever really be the same again when Buhari is gone? Hopefully!

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by TheGoodJoe(m): 3:07pm On Jun 07
Chidexter:


Responsible. What a vague trash. An irresponsible government teaching us what's responsible and what's not

I wonder what the diplomats thought of the discussion when they reflected on the fact that the reason Twitter took down the Tweet of Buhari was because he used it irresponsibly.

Like what is wrong with our rulers.

They are angry with Twitter because they are trying to ensure their app is used responsibly and the Nigerian government is banning the app because they want the app to be used responsibly.

Confusing.


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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Saint99: 3:07pm On Jun 07
Seriously! Isn't it disturbing that of all the challenges facing the country, all we are talking about is Twitter!

quote author=superstar1 post=102470213]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[/quote]
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Shattuck(m): 3:08pm On Jun 07
LesbianBoy:
You know what is making me angry......its not what gworo-loving, burukutu-sipping bastard dullard buhari is doing to Nigerians but the fact that there are people who support his every decision.

What makes it more painful is that these people are young people, not from the north and are educated. angry angry angry
as in ehhn, I believe they are all part of the Bmc , in real life I have never seen anyone who supports this govt what are the odds that online you see lots of fake accounts speaking up passionately for a man as dumb and clueless as Buhari.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by TheGoodJoe(m): 3:08pm On Jun 07
TWoods:


You seem confused. Twitter doesn’t have to be subordinate to your laws. In the grand scheme of things, you need them, not the other way around.

France Holocaust denial law isn’t an abrogation of free speech, it is to prevent giving a platform to sympathizers of one of the worlds most heinous crimes. The same laws exist in Germany and Israel.

Blocking anti-gay speech isn’t a loss of free speech, it is meant to protect people from discrimination. It’s the same reason Twitter also blocks people from calling you a monkey and the “N” word.

And why they deleted Buhari's genocidal tweet.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by superstar1(m): 3:09pm On Jun 07
NGArmyTerrorist:
Mad naked people dancing around the World. They had started counting their losses already. Our tweet in exposing the killings going on in the country now go be worst. Una never see anything yet. Igbo is trending in Netherlands already!

Let it even trend in Mars, there your online deluded Fraud of a nation will come to pass. grin grin grin
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by BigBashiru: 3:10pm 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

It's the Europeans that need to reason properly. Black man is the greatest!
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by 8stargeneral: 3:11pm On Jun 07
But i HV a question to ask..Is Nigerian government responsible,I think d answer is..NO.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by PecE2Make: 3:11pm On Jun 07
FG always speaking before they reason.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by foreshore(m): 3:11pm On Jun 07
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by diridiri: 3:12pm On Jun 07
the kind hatred wey i have for this mumu bastard buhari eh angry

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!
ok na let us see
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by BigBashiru: 3:12pm On Jun 07
LilMissFavvy:
This administration has really ruined the image of Nigeria in the eyes of developed nations, will things ever really be the same again when Buhari is gone? Hopefully!

Those nations you call "developed" aren't really developed. I know cos Ive been. France UK and US should be seeking for a good image in the eyes of Nigeria and to be in Nigerias good books.

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