Trump’s Message To Buhari: One Big Error That Needs To Be Punctured As Trump Reveals His Main Regret
Former President of the United States, Donald Trump, has hailed President Muhammadu Buhari for banning Twitter in Nigeria. The Buhari-led federal government had last Friday banned Twitter operations in Nigeria. That decision is still drawing widespread condemnations as many Nigerians kicked against it insisting that it violates their fundamental human rights.
Today's Headlines: Nnamdi Kanu Is Sending Youths To Early Graves; Trump Praises Nigeria for Banning Twitter
1: Nnamdi Kanu Is Sending Youths To Early Graves — Igbo Group. Some Igbo Youths in Nigeria and the Diaspora have petitioned the British High Commission in Abuja to open Nnamdi Kanu's case file for Britain to investigate all the allegations against him over his incitement of violence in Nigeria by allegedly ordering his group, Eastern Security Network (ESN) to attack police and military personnel in the Southeastern part of Nigeria.
Few days ago, the Federal Government suspended the operation of Twitter in the country. Why would the Federal Government decide to suspend Twitter? That's the question everyone is asking at the moment. However, the government has made it clear that Twitter hasn't done enough to control the users of the platform.
Opinion: For Supporting Twitter Ban In Nigeria, These Are 2 Things Donald Trump May Likely Want To Prove To The Whole World
It is laughable to read that former president of America, Donald Trump has lend his voice in support of the decision of Nigeria Government to ban twitter. This is not because he does not qualify to express his views on the matter but because of certain issues that surround his decision to have openly supported the decision.
The immediate past president of the United States of America has given reasons he did not ban Facebook during his regime. He made this revelation known after the Nigerian government banned Twitter. Donald Trump said that why he didn't ban Facebook when he was the president of United States of America was that Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, was always calling him, telling him how good he was, and he was always coming to White House to have dinner with him.
Former U.S. President Donald Trump has said that he should have banned Facebook and Twitter while he was president. In a statement that was released few hours ago, Trump congratulated Nigeria for banning Twitter and he urged other countries to do the same. Trump accused the social media giants of not allowing free and open speech, he made it clear that they have no right to dictate what is good or evil.
It is no longer news that the federal government of Nigeria had banned the operation of Twitter as well as its usage in the country while making claims that the platform is being used to castigate and jeopardize the unity of Nigeria after the micro-blogging site deleted a genocidal statement he made.
As unrelenting mixed reactions continue to trail the indefinite suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria by the federal government, former US President, Donald Trump has congratulated the country for taking such a decisive decision. Disappointingly, this congratulatory message from the 45th President of God's Own Country might have been soothing to a lot of young Nigerians who could no longer access their Twitter accounts for days now, however, considering the antecedent of Trump many who have not forgotten his controversial exploits while in power would be forced to sign with a familiar smile.
Today's Headlines: Trump congratulates Nigerian Govt. on twitter ban, Bayelsa Govt. impounds 34 Cows
Trump congratulates Nigerian Govt. on twitter banphoto credit: punch news Former President of the US, Donald Trump, recently congratulated Nigeria's President, Muhammadu Buhari, for his decision to ban popular microblogging platform, Twitter. Trump, who was also banned from Twitter while he was still in office, recently released a statement which said, "Congratulations to the country of Nigeria, who just banned Twitter because they banned their President"Trump and Nigeria's President (photo credit: Google)
Donald Trump, a former US President has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for suspending microblogging platform, Twitter. Trump in a statement he signed on Tuesday urged more countries to ban Twitter and Facebook for not allowing free and open speech. The Republican who was banned on Twitter and Facebook said, he wished he suspended Twitter when he was President, adding that the platform is evil.
The 45th and immediate past President of America, Donald Trump, has taken sides with the President Buhari-led administration of Nigeria for suspending Twitter in the country. Airing his support for the country on the decision to temporarily ban Twitter for deleting President Buhari's tweet, the former American number one citizen in an emailed statement congratulated Nigeria.
The former US president Donald Trump has welcomed Nigeria's move to ban Twitter and urged more countries to do the same. Trump issued a statement on Tuesday, lauding the Nigerian government's decision to suspend Twitter activities. Image source: Wikipedia Trump said," congratulation to the country of Nigeria, who just banned Twitter because they banned their president.
United State of America USA ex-President Donald Trump has backed the Nigerian government's decision to indefinitely ban the use of social media platform Twitter in the country on Tuesday and urged other countries to follow likewise. In an emailed message, Trump complimented the country. More countries should prohibit Twitter and Facebook for not allowing free and open communication, he added.
A few days after the federal government placed a ban on the micro-blogging platform Twitter, the former president of the United States of America (Donald Trump), indicated his full support over the development by commending Nigerian for banning Twitter. The former president who happens to be the 45th president of the United States Of America, also suggested that other countries should do same.
Former US President, Donald Trump has commended Muhammadu Buhari for suspending Twitter handle in Nigeria. Trump in a statement issued on Tuesday urged more countries to suspend microblogging platform and Facebook for not allowing free and open speech. The Republican candidates who were banned on both social media said, he wished he suspended Twitter when he was still the President, adding that the platform is promoting evil.
Photo and Story credit: New York Post The former president of the United States, Donald Trump on Tuesday, 8 June 2021, came out with a written statement of support to the Nigerian Government for it's ban on Twitter after it deleted a tweet by President Buhari and also banned his account for a few hours.
Former President of the United States of America Donald Trump has commended Nigeria's president Muhammadu Buhari for banning Microblogging site, Twitter. According to Punch News Trump hailed Buhari for banning Twitter in a statement he signed on Tuesday. Donald Trump who has now been banned from Facebook and Twitter urged more countries to ban Twitter and Facebook for not allowing free speech.
The former President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, has reacted to the recent development in Nigeria concerning the suspension of Twitter. The former U.S President, congratulated the Nigeria government for the move it made, suspending the operations of the micro-blogging social platform in the country.
Following the ban on Twitter by the Nigerian Government as announced by Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Muhammed, the development has brought about comments by the Former US President, Donald J. Trump who congratulated the President Buhari adminstration for taking such decision of placing a ban on the social network.
Mr Joe Igbokwe, the spokesperson of All Progressive Congress (APC) Lagos chapter, has taken to his verified facebook profile to share what former US president said about the ban of twitter in Nigeria. Joe Igbokwe has disclosed that Trump in his own words said “More COUNTRIES should ban Twitter and Facebook for not allowing free and open speech all voices should be heard".