While reacting to this update, the former minister of aviation during Olusegun's regime, Honourable Femi Fani-Kayode, has taken to his verified twitter page to react to what is happening across some social media platform.
On his page, FFK said "Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram down! Some people will cry today!"
According to Femi Fani-Kayode, he confirmed and said the sudden shutdown of Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook will not just affect people's lifestyle, but he said so many will also cry over it.
This is indeed a true statement as so many activities have to be on hold till the issues are rectified, and aside from chatting, some young entrepreneurs and potential business owners have seen the likes of Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram as a platform where they can transact business and sell a product.
So many Nigerians who have noticed this and have seen FFK's tweet have reacted to it greatly.
What do you think about is the problem?
Source: FFK's Twitter page.
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