In a bid to convince the federal government to redress its initial stance on Twitter ban, Former aide to Former Nigeria's President, Reno Omokri had listed some of the benefits gotten by Nigerians via Twitter.
His statement is coming few days after the widely criticized restriction placed on the micro blogging platform by the Nigerian Government.
You would recall that Twitter was blocked from operating in Nigeria after it deleted a post made by President Muhammadu Buhari.
Mr Reno Omokri who has strongly criticized the ban took to the micro blogging platform to remind all that Ikorodu Bois and some other notable Nigerian performers, entertainers, entrepreneurs and intellectuals were discovered and got their big breaks on Twitter.
According to his Tweet;
"Ikorodu Bois and other talented Nigerian performers, entrepreneurs and intellectuals, were discovered on Twitter and got their big break."
He made the statement via his Official Twitter handle and this is a screenshot of his Tweet below:
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