Lagos, Nigeria – Emmanuel Alumona, a Lagos-primarily based entrance-end developer, realised early on Saturday that he could not access Twitter on his phone.
A day earlier, the Nigerian govt declared the suspension of Twitter’s functions in the nation indefinitely over “the persistent use of the platform for routines that we capable of undermining Nigeria’s company existence”.
The suspension in Africa’s most populous region came two times immediately after the social media big deleted a tweet from President Muhammadu Buhari’s account for violating its rules.
“I considered it [Twitter’s suspension] was a joke,” said 24-calendar year-previous Alumona, who now utilizes Twitter
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