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Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by kally90(f): 6:30pm On Jun 07
Elliotwaveforec:
If you like, no lift am! We can access twitter with operamini
Really?
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by luluman: 6:30pm On Jun 07
superstar1:


Twitter will get back on the terms of NIGERIA and not that of unpatriotic elements and agents of destabilization
And your president will only make tweets that respect tweeter's rules & not think he is the president of the world.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Basher8583: 6:40pm 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.

This nonsense you typed is a clear example of irresponsible use of social media.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by zoedew: 6:41pm On Jun 07
superstar1:


https://www.thecable.ng/breaking-fg-gives-condition-to-lift-ban-on-twitter
Very nebulous so called condition. FG lost face and daily losing money and international goodwill.#bangang
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Masterito(m): 6:46pm On Jun 07
Because African leaders go abroad to receive treatment. Ask them why don't they treat themselves in Nigeria. Obviously African countries are third world countries who are only good at embezzling money.
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 Chidexter(m): 6:59pm On Jun 07
Basher8583:


This nonsense you typed is a clear example of irresponsible use of social media.

Your mumu don do
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by magzey: 6:59pm 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
dont mind those Barking ,they have fish brains grin grin
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by kodded(m): 7:06pm On Jun 07
kutashi:
I can see why the problem in your remained unsolved! So, because they can recover in two days, they should continue receiving ban left and right!
May I ask the name of your University? I need to shame them for your sake if this is how you think? I think you need to be re-educated for you be useful or proceed further!
Seriously, your problem will even weak your enemy grin
kk
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by fashrola(m): 7:13pm 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


Reasoning like a COW

Google is worth more than $400 billion

All the countries listed supports freedom of speech and practise reall DEMOCRACY

But you this Almajiri pikin where dey carry stainless plate dey beg for food go come here dey comment like a rascal

Better crawl back to where you came from...
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by fashrola(m): 7:16pm On Jun 07
magzey:

dont mind those Barking ,they have fish brains grin grin

SMH..... Y'all never cease to amaze me sha... You were get human brain, what is the worth of your existence? undecided undecided
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by FoolishBoy419: 7:29pm 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

Ipibians and stupidity. If there was no free speech here, would you and your masters like FFK be posting rubbish daily? Go to north Korea and learn what that sentence truly means
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by IgboTyphoon: 7:29pm 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 that cannot even treat himself in your Nigeria is not in a position to vent. Can Nigeria give Nigeria light in a meeting to discuss Twitter for one hour?
Buhari is a nobody if he tweets genocide threat again them watch Twitter Ban him again
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by ifiokjohn(m): 7:33pm On Jun 07
omonnakoda:
2 billion daily? Why should I accept and believe that figure?
Any fool can magic any number out of his anus and say that is what Nigeria is losing daily
Sahara reporters reported that. And others agencies has.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by omonnakoda: 7:40pm On Jun 07
ifiokjohn:
Sahara reporters reported that. And others agencies has.
So?
The Bible reported that the Red Sea opened so Hebrew can walk on dry land

So?
I was no there.

Were you?
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Nobody: 7:41pm On Jun 07
FoolishBoy419:


Ipibians and stupidity. If there was no free speech here, would you and your masters like FFK be posting rubbish daily? Go to north Korea and learn what that sentence truly means

What is this illiterate ranting about.

cool
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by ifiokjohn(m): 7:41pm On Jun 07
omonnakoda:
So?
So.then if it is true...who den really is loosing between Nigeria and Twitter.
Sense should tell you
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by omonnakoda: 7:42pm On Jun 07
ifiokjohn:
So.then if it is true...who den really is loosing between Nigeria and Twitter.
Sense should tell you
if it is true?

What if it is not true?
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by FoolishBoy419: 7:45pm On Jun 07
FreedomWinsNow:


What is this illiterate ranting about.

cool

You forgot to add a question mark, Mr literate!
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by superstar1(m): 7:45pm On Jun 07
zoedew:

Very nebulous so called condition. FG lost face and daily losing money and international goodwill.#bangang

How is FG losing money? Pls explain. Is Twitter paying tax in Nigeria?

Or is whatever we even agree we are losing in monetary terms not better than the lives we can lose if the platform is allowed to be used to destabilize the nation leading to war and destruction as seen in Libya and Syria?
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by omonnakoda: 7:46pm On Jun 07
ifiokjohn:
So.then if it is true...who den really is loosing between Nigeria and Twitter.
Sense should tell you
Even if it is true It won't last for ever and we may get a 10 billion a day deal if we had a Nigerian company instead.
It is the job of such a company to lobby for a robust legal framework to protect their interest

Imagine a Nigerian start up replacing Twitter . That is the opportunity


We do not need Twitter. We can do better

Buhari is a passing phase. but this is a trade opportunity FOR US

Twitter does not have any rights in Nigeria if it des not register here and pay taxes. We must be firm on that.

We cannot have any OUTLAW MEDIA. What we need to work on is to reduce government powers if that is what we all want
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Nobody: 7:46pm On Jun 07
FoolishBoy419:


You forgot to add a question mark, Mr literate!

.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by loswhite(m): 7:48pm 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
Don't waste your time quoting a goat
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by doublecross(m): 7:51pm On Jun 07
Irresponsible government telling people to be responsible
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by NinjaMetahuman: 8:06pm 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.
looks like he can. and he did.

So what are you gonna do about it Mr 666
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by zoedew: 8:06pm On Jun 07
superstar1:


How is FG losing money? Pls explain. Is Twitter paying tax in Nigeria?

Or is whatever we even agree we are losing in monetary terms not better than the lives we can lose if the platform is allowed to be used to destabilize the nation leading to war and destruction as seen in Libya and Syria?
E-commerce has become a veritable source of enhancing trade across borders. That is grounded as we speak. FDI will be looking away from Nigeria. There is no proof offered by FG in proof Twitter is irresponsible in allowing comments to be twitted that is capable of destabilising Nigeria. If by that is meant comments expressing holding government to account, gross dissatisfaction with Government and canvassing for self-determination then the position of the FG is misplaced. Freedom is akin to smoke - it will find expression sooner than later when it becomes ignited by the tension of the gag!
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by superstar1(m): 8:12pm On Jun 07
zoedew:

E-commerce has become a veritable source of enhancing trade across borders. That is grounded as we speak. FDI will be looking away from Nigeria. There is no proof offered by FG in proof Twitter is irresponsible in allowing comments to be twitted that is capable of destabilising Nigeria. If by that is meant comments expressing holding government to account, gross dissatisfaction with Government and canvassing for self-determination then the position of the FG is misplaced. Freedom is akin to smoke - it will find expression sooner than later when it becomes ignited by the tension of the gag!

E-commerce takes place on homepage of vendors, IG, FB and WhatsApp. With Twitter being the 6th used Social Media App in Nigeria, the impact is less significant in comparison with the aforementioned E-commerce platform.

2ndly, which investor uses Twitter to form an opinion. They will rather consult CNBC, Bloomberg, major international Banks in the country and the big 4 consulting firms for serious investment decision and advisory services. Your position holds no ground on that and is mere propaganda.

If you are really serious with that your assertion that Twitter is not being used to prompt violence and war against the state, contravening Article 20 of UN Charter, then you are likely to be a sparing user of Twitter.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Nasww22nasww: 8:27pm On Jun 07
Hi

Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by maasoap(m): 8:33pm On Jun 07
Eriokanmi:
Economy, communication, social engagements, etc. All the MDAs are on twitter, including Police, DSS, Army, governors and NA members. Economically, several Nigerians earn legitimate income on twitter daily in imillions by advertising and selling their products to the outside world and they get paid in dollars. The dollar back home strengthens our naira. The benefits are huge.

Nigeria and her economy will survive without twitter, that's my point. The contribution of twitter to Nigeria economy if there is at all, is infinitesimal. We need to stop all these exaggeration. We have to have a country first.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by Nobody: 8:49pm On Jun 07
NinjaMetahuman:
looks like he can. and he did.

So what are you gonna do about it Mr 666

You are decimal to my point of reference.

You are an open - air prisoner, just that you are too ignorant to be awakened
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by ifiokjohn(m): 8:51pm On Jun 07
omonnakoda:
Even if it is true It won't last for ever and we may get a 10 billion a day deal if we had a Nigerian company instead.
It is the job of such a company to lobby for a robust legal framework to protect their interest

Imagine a Nigerian start up replacing Twitter . That is the opportunity


We do not need Twitter. We can do better

Buhari is a passing phase. but this is a trade opportunity FOR US

Twitter does not have any rights in Nigeria if it des not register here and pay taxes. We must be firm on that.

We cannot have any OUTLAW MEDIA. What we need to work on is to reduce government powers if that is what we all want
Are you seriously kidding me here? Say is here..are they a Nigerian company?
And how long do you think it will take before the Nigerian company get to the position Twitter are in Nigeria.
Imfact the Southerners Ard mostly the ones on Twitter I'm pretty sure we will reject that nonsense especially if it from the north.

And by the way, you're right. Buhari won't be there for ever.. he'll be out in two years and another party will come. I'm sure there will lift that ban.
What I pray more is that they should jail people like Lai Mohammed, Garba shehu, adesina etc. Find a fault and jail them if the court grant them bail then be like APC and keep them in jail without trials just like they are doing to others
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by ifiokjohn(m): 8:51pm On Jun 07
omonnakoda:
Even if it is true It won't last for ever and we may get a 10 billion a day deal if we had a Nigerian company instead.
It is the job of such a company to lobby for a robust legal framework to protect their interest

Imagine a Nigerian start up replacing Twitter . That is the opportunity


We do not need Twitter. We can do better

Buhari is a passing phase. but this is a trade opportunity FOR US

Twitter does not have any rights in Nigeria if it des not register here and pay taxes. We must be firm on that.

We cannot have any OUTLAW MEDIA. What we need to work on is to reduce government powers if that is what we all want
Are you seriously kidding me here? Say is here..are they a Nigerian company?
And how long do you think it will take before the Nigerian company get to the position Twitter are in Nigeria.
Imfact the Southerners Ard mostly the ones on Twitter I'm pretty sure we will reject that nonsense especially if it from the north.

And by the way, you're right. Buhari won't be there for ever.. he'll be out in two years and another party will come. I'm sure there will lift that ban.
What I pray more is that they should jail people like Lai Mohammed, Garba shehu, adesina etc. Find a fault and jail them if the court grant them bail then be like APC and keep them in jail without trials just like they are doing to others.
Re: FG Gives Condition To Lift Ban On Twitter by UtuokeAlcoholic: 9:02pm On Jun 07
Grace001:
Useless good for nothing FG

They just rendered that media aide Lauretta Onochie useless, she will be in a local bar now drinking palm wine.

Na una sabi, people are still using the app with vpn so FG should go fück themselves
But no matter the quantity of palm wine she takes can never be as near as that consumed by that otuoke man.

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