It was reported earlier today that Facebook domain was hacked by an unknown person(s). According to report, the hacker reportedly listed Facebook domain for sale. This particular incident caused several people to react differently. Based on that note, the CEO of a popular microblogging site, Twitter, Jack Dorsey decided to react.
Jack Dorsey, the CEO of a popular microblogging site, twitter, has taken out his time to praise Nigerians. According to a tweet he made this afternoon on his verified twitter handle, he made it known that 32 percent of Nigerians own Bitcoin, the highest percentage in the whole world.
The former special assistant to former president Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has taken out his time to slam those who always flaunt wealth on social media platforms. While speaking, he urged such people to study the lifestyle of Jack Dorsey, the billionaire who owns twitter.
Every Tola, Ricardo and Valdez knows that a beard goes a long way towards making a man look either way too matured to the opposite gender or in most cases, creates a sense of recognition or respect from your subordinates or friends. Anyone whom has been following the FG and Twitter brouhaha for weeks now should know who the CEO of the blue bird app is; and that man goes by the name of none other than Jack Dorsey.
Credit: thenationonline Twitter, the micro-blogging site owned by Jack Dorsey may have to brace up as competitors emerge perhaps making the company’s profit take priority over all other issues in its global operations. Its Q1 report indicates that the company’s revenue was mainly from advertising sales which rose to over $1 billion.
Social Media Services Have Come A Long Way In Nigeria: The Decision On Twitter Must Favour The People.
(Lai Mohammed, the Nigeria Minister of Information and communications. Inset is the CEO, Twitter Incorporations, Jack Dorsey. The Minister hinted recently on the ongoing review of the Twitter ban; that Twitter has agreed on 7 of the conditions that the Nigerian government has placed before them, to consider on the possibility of the government would rescind their decision on the ban)
Adamu Garba appears undeterred by his critics following deletions of his Crowwe App from Google Play Store and personal Instagram's account by Google and Instagram respectively. The Crowwe App was removed Google Play Store after Google received series of complaints claiming that Croowwe copied Sportify's terms and policies words for words.
The way forward in life is the ability of one to admit making a mistake and working hard towards better accomplishments. This notion appears to be far from the Federal Government of Nigeria. The Presidency has continued to attribute the harsh economic condition of country to the incompetence of the past administration.
Nigerian Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed has accused Twitter founder of being responsible for EndSARS losses in the country. Lai Mohammed while featuring on a radio program on Tuesday, said Twitter founder; Jack Dorsey should be held responsible for all the losses the country suffered during the EndSARS protests.
Adamu Garba Revealed What Could’ve Happened To Nigeria If He Didn’t Take Jack Dorsey To Court [Video]
Former Presidential candidate, Adamu Garba, has revealed what could have happened to Nigeria if he hadn’t taken Twitter founder, Jack Dorsey, to court. In an interview with Roots TV, Adamu Garba said: ”Because of my direct involvement in platform politics, most Nigerian felt that i was taking advantage of the downfall of Twitter to be able to advance Crowwe.
"Twitter's CEO Jack Sponsored EndSARS Protests With Bitcoin, He Is Liable For 100 Lives Lost" - Lai Mohammed
The honorable minister of Information, and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has asserted that Jack Dorsey, and his social media platform Twitter, are liable for the losses Nigeria incurred during the EndSARS campaign. According to the minister, a total of 100 lives which includes Civilians, Policemen, and military officers were lost during the protests, while properties worth several billions were also lost in the process.
Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, etc are insanely wealthy because their government heavily supports them. They are a financial arm of the government, Musk for instance got a tax waiver for his first 200,000 electric cars, that's like getting up to $5b from your government upon the launch of your startup.
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Wonders they say shall never end and the headquarters of such wonders, happens to be Nigeria. In a bid to resolve and most likely end the ban on Twitter, the Chief Executive Officer of the social media company, Jack Dorsey has reportedly written to the federal government of Nigeria, seeking a truce to the issue which resulted in the ban of Twitter.
The recent ban of the microblogging site called Twitter by the Federal Governement of the day has been causing plenty of reactions across the country. The ban has also led to all media houses in Nigeria to deactivate their Twitter handle. An order that was given by the Federal Governement.
The former US President, Donald Trump, has filed a lawsuit against tech giants Google, Twitter and Facebook, claiming that he is the victim of censorship and has one way or the other affected his business and persons. The class action lawsuit also targets the three companies' CEOs for infringement of right to social media activities.
It is claimed by the Federal Government that Twitter and its creator Jack Dorsey share responsibility for the losses the country suffered as a result of the anti-endSARS demonstration. This was said by the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, on Tuesday during an appearance on “Politics Nationwide,” a call-in show on Radio Nigeria that was monitored by the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja.
Today’s Headlines: Former Presidential Aspirant Joins PDP; Twitter CEO Liable For EndSARS Losses- FG
Twitter founder, Jack Dorsey, liable for EndSARS losses – Lai Mohammed The Federal Government has said that Twitter and its founder, Jack Dorsey, are liable for the losses the country suffered during the EndSARS protest. Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture, made the allegation on Tuesday when he featured on “Politics Nationwide,’’ a Radio Nigeria call-in programme.
The announcement came a day after the contentious ban reached its 100-day mark, raising fears among rights campaigners that the regime was not in a hurry to reverse its decision. President Muhammadu Buhari and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Monday stated their meetings with the Buhari administration to resolve the lingering issue of the company's services being restored in Nigeria were respectful and fruitful.
If you are in Nigeria or in Africa and you didn't hear about the EndSARS protest that took place last year, that means you are not close to the media. It was recorded that the EndSARS protest damaged a lot of things, to the extent that no one was able to move out of his or her house.