According to information obtained from a reliable source, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lia Mohammed, stated in an Abuja statement signed by his Special Assistant on Media, Segun Adeyemo, that the federal government has suspended the use of Twitter in the country, adding that continued use of the platform could harm the country's corporate existence.
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The Brooklyn-based model responded by saying that the federal government is meddling with the wrong people and that she doesn't understand why.
She also stated that the country is full of talented and kind individuals.
On Twitter, there has been a mixed response, with many Nigerians taking to the comment section to express their opinions.
Nigerians' reactions are shown below (Screenshot)...
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