Video: If You Can't Impregnate Your Wife, It's Buhari — Man Lashes Out At President's Critics At A Newspaper Stand
A video clip on Koo, the newly launched social media app in Nigeria, has shown a man blasting some Nigerians who were criticizing president Muhammadu Buhari at a newspaper stand. According to the man who was speaking to a suspected journalist in the video, the level at which some people are criticizing the president is unreasonable.
Police arrest Okorocha Photo Credit: The Sun Operatives of the Imo State command of the Nigeria Police Force have arrested a former governor of the state, Rochas Okorocha. Also arrested were two aides of the former govenor who were identified as Ijeoma Igboanusi and Lasbrey Okafor-Anyanwu. Igboanusi was the deputy chief of staff (Domestics) while Okafor-Anyanwu was
Recently, the federal government banned Twitter operation in Nigeria after the microblogging platform deleted President Buhari’s post on its platform for allegedly violating its policies. Meanwhile, the federal government has registered on India's social media platform, koo, according to Naija News Report.
Atiku Speaks On Opening Koo Account The former Vice President of Nigeria (Atiku Abubakar) has denied owing or opening an account with the Indian social media company (Koo). In a statement released on Saturday and signed by his media aide (Paul Ibe), Atiku called on the general public to disregard the Koo account been bandied around in his name adding that it was ‘fake’.
The excellent performance of President Muhammadu Buhari on the railway revolution in Nigeria has attracted a lot of reactions from Nigerians in recent times. While some are busy praising and criticizing the president on several platforms, others have successfully dig out past reactions of the previous governments concerning railways in Nigeria.
President Buhari’s media aide Bashir Ahmad, has taken to his ‘Koo’ microblogging social media platform to reveal that President Buhari is being impersonated on the platform by an unknown individual(s). According to Ahmad’s message few days ago, an impersonator, created an account with handle @mbuhari, as the handle doesn’t not belong to the president.
I guess it's no longer news that the Federal Government of Nigeria has indefinitely suspended the operation of the number 1 micro blogging platform Twitter. The Government took this hard stance after the platform deleted a tweet it deemed went against its(twitter) rule. In a follow up move the Government decided to promote a rival micro blog from India called Koo.
Many Nigerians have been seeking alternatives to remaining active on the internet after the Federal Government of Nigeria banned its citizens from having access to Twitter. Another social media application similar to Twitter has been launched. The name of the social media platform is Koo. A lot of Nigerians and government agencies have gone to the platform to open an account.
Following the recent ban imposed on Twitte r by the federal government, through the minister of information and culture Lai Mohammed , there has been a discovery of a new social media platform similar to Twitter where most Nigerians have already migrated to. The new app is called Koo App, and it was developed by an Indian.
On Koo, a freshly launched app in Nigeria, the Kaduna State Government has rejected an account posing as Malam Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai. Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai, a Nigerian politician, was born on February 16, 1960, and has served as Governor of Kaduna State since 2015.
Hours after the Minister of Transportation, Honorable Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi led the President to commissioned the Lagos-Ibadan railway, the progress report of the Federal University of Transportation which is being constructed in Katsina state has surfaces on social media platforms. On Koo, the newly lunched social media platform in the country, a user shared a video clip of how works on the construction of the University, located in Daura Local Government Area of the state is progressing.
(Photo Credit: Google) Emir Of Zurmi Suspended Over Militant Activities Zamfara Governor Bello Matawalle has suspended the Emir of Zurmi, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar Muhammad, for his alleged involvement in bandits activities in the kingdom. (Photo Credit: Naija News) Matawalle also ordered the formation of a strong commission to investigate allegations that the suspended king was involved in the escalation of bandits activities in his area.
Following the deletion of the president's tweet, the micro blogging app has been suspended in Nigeria. As social media remains one of the most effective ways to reach out to people in this century, the government has had to find other alternatives. The chosen alternative is the Koo app.
The leader of #BuhariMustGo nation wide protest on Saturday, Omoyele Sowore, has accused the Federal Government of opening a fake Koo account for him. The activist took to his verified Twitter handle to clear the air about what was written in his supposed Koo handle. Accusing the president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari and his people for creating a fake Koo account on his behalf.
The CEO of Koo, Aprameya Radhakrishna had said the Nigerian Government had set up an official account on the platform. He shared the information in a post on Koo and also tweeted it on his page on Twitter. This is against the backdrop of the Federal Government ban on Twitter.
The personal assistant to President Buhari on New Media, Bashir Ahmad seems to be having a good time on Koo app. Recall that the Indian microblogging platform was launched in Nigeria several days after Twitter was suspended by the federal government of Nigeria. (Bashir Ahmad) Ahmad Bashir had previously informed Nigerians that he has registered on the platform and encouraged his followers to try out the new platform.
Atiku Speaks On Opening Koo Account Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has denied owing or opening an account with Indian social media company, Koo. In a statement on Saturday signed by his media aide, Paul Ibe, Atiku called on the general public to disregard the Koo account been bandied around in his name adding that it was ‘fake’.
The federal government have showed that they're not in any hurry to call off the ban on Twitter in Nigeria. The federal government just opened an account on a social media app known as Koo today. Punch Newspapers published the news on their Facebook page minutes ago.
FG opens Koo account — days after suspending Twitter The Nigerian government has opened an official account on Koo, an Indian microblogging platform. The move comes less than a week after the federal government suspended Twitter operations in Nigeria. The government had alleged that the microblogging site was being used to undermine “Nigeria’s corporate existence”.
More Nigerians are beginning to react to the motives of some individuals, taking part in the ongoing protest in some parts of the country. As can be seen, some of these protesters wanted the president to be unlawfully removed from office. This campaign from people like Omoyele Sowore who has being champion that idea through his Buhari-Must-Go protests is what a Koo user kicked against in his post some hours ago on the social media platform.