- Twitter has stated that it continues to strive to use its website as a platform for robust national conversations
- the social media site said this after the federal government led by President Buhari lifted the suspension of its operations
- Twitter added that it will not fail to incorporate various views that serve its service to everyone and everyone do better
Twitter has expressed its satisfaction and delight at the federal government’s lifting of the suspension of its operations in Nigeria.
In a message dated Thursday, January 13th, the social media platform announced that it was pleased that its operations for all citizens have been restored while carrying out its mission of to serve public conversation.
The site in one of The Punch g He added that she advocates for Nigerians who use her platform for commercial, cultural discourse regarding participation in the nation-building task.
It was said :
“We’re delighted that Twitter has been restored for everyone in Nigeria. Our mission in Nigeria and around the world is to serve public conversation.
“We are deeply committed to Nigeria, where people use Twitter for trade, cultural engagement and citizen participation.
“We strive to integrate different perspectives that improve our service for everyone.”
FG finally lifts the blocking of Twitter operations in Nigeria
The federal government had previously lifted the suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria with the approval of President Buhari.
The decision was made by Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi, the chairman of the Technical announced Nigeria-Twitter Commitment Committee and Director General of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA).
Kashifu said in a statement in Abuja that approval was given after a memo was appointed by the Minister of Communication and dig. Written to the President Business Informatics, Professor Isa Ali Ibrahim.
“The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) instructs me to assign the public about it inform that President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, has approved the lifting of the suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria with effect from January 13, 2022 at 12 noon.
“The approval was given after a memo from the honorable communications minister to the president and digital economy, Prof. Isa Ali Ibrahim …”