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"They Are Banning Twitter In Nigeria, And They Announced It On Twitter"- Suleman Reacted.

Johnson Suleman who is a Nigerian televangelist, and the senior pastor and general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, has taken to his Official Twitter handle to react after the federal government suspended Twitter operation in Nigeria.

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lia Mohammed in a statement Issued by his Special Assistant on Media, Segun Adeyemo in Abuja on Friday stated that the federal government has suspended the use of Twitter in Nigeria, adding that persistent use of the platform is capable of damaging the country corporate existence.

It could be recalled that Twitter deleted a tweet posted by the President, Muhammad Buhari in which he threatened to deal with those plotting against the country, and security authorities.

Also, he said that those misbehaving today are too young to understand the destruction and loss of lives that occurred during the Nigerian Civil War, adding that he will deal with them in the language they understand.

In response to this development, Lia Mohammed revealed that Buhari's administration has considered suspending the use of Twitter in the country.

According to the statement titled, "FG Suspends Twitter's Operation in Nigeria", it says, "The federal government has suspended, indefinitely, the operation of the micro logging and social networking service, Twitter in Nigeria".

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Reacting to this development, the cleric said that the federal government ban Twitter, and yet it was announcement on Twitter.

See tweet below..

This particular statement made by Apostle Johnson Suleman has sparked a lot of reactions from Nigerians as they took to the comment box to share their thoughts.

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