Reno Omokri, a former presidential assistant, activist, preacher, writer, and educator, expressed his dissatisfaction with the Nigerian government's decision to restrict Twitter's operations in the country.
He went on to claim that Twitter was instrumental in the success of Ikorodu Bois, @IkoroduB, and other well-known Nigerian singers, businesspeople, and thinkers.
"This is hardly a suitable response from the president of a country whose vibrant young populace survives and profits from Twitter. This is a problem that has to be addressed."
The previous Senate President slammed President Buhari's decision to make Twitter activities illegal in Nigeria. He believes that a country's leadership should not react in this way.
The President's decision, he claims, is based on the fact that the country has a huge population of youths who rely only on microblogging platform activities or transactions for their livelihood.
Finally, according to the constitution of Nigeria, Nigerians deserve freedom of speech and A right to access information
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