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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by tradepunter: 3:13pm On Jun 07
Quitasystem, simplymumu, superstar will go into a state of meltdown soon.

One thing you guys forget is everything has time and season, which is why the every rot must be uprooted and consumed especially after expiration.

The internet never forgets and as it never forgets, people like you would give birth to new breed of individuals that will make sure equal reward is enforced.

All I can say enjoy it as it last for now.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Nwadiuto247: 3:13pm On Jun 07
superstar1:


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

FG actually said nothing.
This looks like a face saving move.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by bankylan: 3:13pm On Jun 07
20 likes....Nairaland houses the largest numbers of stupid Nigerians.


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
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Eriokanmi: 3:14pm On Jun 07
Hahahaha. Cowards. Dem no born dem well nah. What a backward-thinking government. Eleriibu dee dee. Where are those myopic online warriors backing these dingbats ? It's baffling to note that Nigeria had become such a shallow-thinking entity under this inept government. Will they now compensate those who had lost millions of dollars since the ban of twitter took effect? Same people were shouting that there was no dollar, that people in the diaspora should please remit money home to alleviate the pressure witnessed in the forex market as a result of scarcity of USD. Those defending this government need to have their brains checked. Something must be wrong somewhere.

You have failed to provide that millions of jobs for our teeming youths as promised them in 2015, yet those who had decided to hustle legitimately by taking their products and services to twitter had been driven out of jobs by the ban. The Umoren of a girl who was raped to death had her killer arrested via the help of the social media. The military who gather intelligence in the restive regions use twitter to reach to others... nearly all the embassies and diplomatic missions are on twitter, same with multinationals and NGOs...those who must have lost a lot since the ban took effect. Nigeria government will always cite bad examples for their actions, instead of citing places or countries where twitter had paid off. shame!

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by blackmaine: 3:15pm 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.


Lol when a cow brain talks we will always know, he shouldn't make that Genocide comment at first, aboki ass licker, African man would always be one, no sense of reasoning.. MNK always at the top..Someone Nigeria as a country couldn't jail within the affluence of the constitution, they rather invaded his home to murder him but he was too wise to escape, bro noting in this world would stop the actualization of BIAFRA

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Samunique(m): 3:16pm On Jun 07
Nogodye:
Lift the ban or not...Thanks to VPN
You don't even need any VPN , use opramini and come and thank me later.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by iammolise(m): 3:16pm 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

Fvckin ass-leaking APC cow head zombies... All of u tyranny romancers na thunder go faya all of una

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Prinsoul11(m): 3:16pm On Jun 07
Fools is that Nigeria problem undecided? undecided
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by sunsewa16: 3:17pm On Jun 07
If na me get Twitter,I will never operate in Nigeria again even if they lift the ban
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Icumsa45(m): 3:18pm On Jun 07
laplace12:


Lol. Your Nigeria is already backing down. Abi you blind?

Ignore the foolani slave
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Hapinex01: 3:19pm On Jun 07
Lifeless set of people.

I keep asking myself why coro no catch am, lie Muhammed and him group
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Vitally123: 3:19pm On Jun 07
* Respect, people say, is reciprocal, and those who make the laws should not flout/break the laws themselves! Meanwhile, the Presidential Aides and many of the Executives have been known to use more hate speech on the citizens, whose tax monies are used to pay their salaries. What do we make of this? It's also said that, when the mother cow chews the chord, the baby cow (calf) watches the mother's mouth. Can we please learn some lessons from the current drama?

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Treasure17(m): 3:20pm On Jun 07
This administration is definitely against the youths with their ridiculous policies.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by bigfish3k: 3:22pm On Jun 07
FBIBOT:
Shame don dey catch them grin
Don't mind them they are just looking for soft landing.
The heat is too much on them so they are just looking for a way to stylishly unban it without looking like a weakling
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by meobizy(f): 3:22pm On Jun 07
They should continue the ban till 2023 so Tinubu or Atiku's (because Nairalanders are stupid) government can claim the glory of bringing the service back.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by garfield1: 3:22pm On Jun 07
Eriokanmi:
Hahahaha. Cowards. Dem no born dem well nah. What a backward-thinking government. Eleriibu dee dee. Where are those myopic online warriors backing these dingbats ? It's baffling to note that Nigeria had become such a shallow-thinking entity under this inept government. Will they now compensate those who had lost millions of dollars since the ban of twitter took effect? Same people were shouting that there was no dollar, that people in the diasporas should please remit money home to alleviate the pressure witnessed in the forex market as a result of scarcity of USD. Those defending this government need to check their brains checked. Something must be wrong somewhere.

Buhari has defeated twitter,they will soon beg
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by GeneralPula: 3:23pm 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

Lol..

Your gullibility is top notch..

If only you know what France is facing..

Even Benin republic that France has been caging dare not say a word..

Your hatred and emotions can’t change reality..
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by omonnakoda: 3:23pm 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.
If they do not want to be subordinate they can get out
Why do we need them? What is it that Twitter offers that cannot be got elsewhere

Your opinion of Holocaust Denial is YOUR OPINION

WHY IS THERE NO SLAVERY DENIAL LAW??
The principles of Free Speech are clear The fact that they have similar laws in Germany and Israel does not mean it is not a breach of free speech

The point is across the globe one man's free speech is another's blasphemy
Another's Holocaust Denial is another's free speech

Free speech is not an a la carte menu judged from French German or Israeli perspective

A colonized mind would fail to see the contradiction in stopping so called Holocaust Denial but permitting Charlie Hebdo to insult Islam
Why does French law not seek to protect Muslims from discrimination but does so for Gays?

I am not a Muslim and will never be but the facts are clear countries pick and choose their own RED LINES on Free speech and these RED LINES are not universal

All your rationalization about Oyibo actions just reveal colonization

The question is

is there a set of principles defining Free speech that is universally agreed?

If NO we cannot say one nation's cultural understanding of Free speech is superior to another's
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Whatshallido: 3:23pm On Jun 07
Lift the ban? For what na. Please don't lift the ban o.As for me I'm twittering. I'm enjoying Twitter like this. I know this is how is going to end. Useless government.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by berrystunn(m): 3:23pm 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

Go and sleep Nigeria get levels?
Same govt looking for help from those county you mentioned.. on security and funds

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by babz11(m): 3:24pm 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
You don't have to be pained my brother, Because people have different perspective of seeing things just because I did not support your motion
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by kvin33: 3:25pm On Jun 07
IPOB worldwide is really suffering now that twitter operations are banned in Nigeria. How will IPOB millions worldwide tweet anything? Even MNK cannot tweet anymore. Even worse, no one can read their tweets anymore. IPOB propaganda will now stand with no counter! A whole country has unilaterally disarmed itself on a propaganda platform! God bless our great genius Baba!! Petulant and pathetic morons. Lunatics, everywhere.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Torylanez(m): 3:26pm 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.

Kanu and his band of hunchback Terrorists are also using twitter to sell and buy , also to brand their business? Your mumu na 5G
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by maasoap(m): 3:26pm On Jun 07
Chidexter:


Responsible. What a vague trash. An irresponsible government teaching us what's responsible and what's not. This is not alcohol
advert o, make una dey una lane.

I heard that some people have started moving to Ghana, twitter headquarters with 5 million users.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by bizzibodi(m): 3:27pm On Jun 07
superstar1:


https://www.thecable.ng/breaking-fg-gives-condition-to-lift-ban-on-twitter
Also been used by government to issue threat to region, people.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Eriokanmi: 3:28pm On Jun 07
garfield1:


Buhari has defeated twitter, they will soon beg
Twitter will never beg. The content in the newspost showed the federal government rather, would be the one to reverse their decision...just watch. Dem no get that kain liver. I will come back to you in a few hours to come after the ban would have been lifted.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by TheGoodJoe(m): 3:28pm On Jun 07
Buhari just filled his cabinet and government with Morons.

No one, I mean no one can tell him his genocidal tweet was evil and in developed societies, no one will praise him.

Then he moved from making a genocidal tweet to trampling on the rights of Nigerians to free speech.

Then the Foreign Minister is giving conditions to lift ban.

Like seriously? Are these guys this confused? These are the people who are ruling Nigeria, controlling resources and we wonder why things are getting bad at an alarming rate in this country.

The Twitter scenario is the perfect analogy of how terrible Nigerian rulers are.

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by omonnakoda: 3:29pm On Jun 07
Eriokanmi:
Twitter will never beg. The content in the newspost showed the federal government rather, would be the one to reverse their decision...just watch. Dem no get that kain liver. I will come back to you in a few hours to come after the ban would have been lifted.
What is is that Twitter offers that NAiraland does not offer? Many others will fill that space quickly

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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by maasoap(m): 3:29pm 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 thought he did that already or you just woke up from a deep sleep and you didn't know?
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by bizzibodi(m): 3:29pm 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.


Hello BMC wink wink
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by justosee: 3:30pm 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 people will reap from what you are sowing one day

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