Mixed reactions have continued to trail the latest plans to establish the African base of Twitter company in Ghana. You would recall that few hours ago, the founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Daosey, announced his intention to establish the African Regional Headquarters of the company in Ghana. A news which left some Nigerians disappointed while others congratulated Ghana for the recent feat.
Following the controversies over the issue the Former Senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District, Shehu Sani, indirectly made a joke out of the whole situations. Senator Sani in a Twitter post via his verified twitter page called on Snapchat to come and establish their company in Nigeria, Kaduna State to be precised. In his words" Dear @Snapchat, come to Kaduna and establish your office. Thank you in anticipation.
It seems as though some Twitter Users are not finding his post funny as the felt The decision by the management of Twitter was premised on the poor state of security in the Country. See more reactions below:
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