Seems Actor Yemi Solade won't be getting away anytime soon with the comment he made about the twitter ban in an interview he had, as his colleague Femi Branch has lambasted him. Yemi Solade who have seen many people criticised him for saying Twitter insulted President Muhammadu Buhari by deleting his genocidal tweet.
Veteran Actor, Yemi Solade has taken to his official social media handle to celebrate his 12 years old son who recently graduated from Junior Secondary School. The actor shared a lovely photo of his son and said, "12 years old Fela Solade graduates from Junior Secondary School on Saturday, 11th September 2021.
A popular Nollywood actor, Yemi Solade has reacted to the recent suspension the federal government placed on Twitter in Nigeria. According to Yemi Solade, Twitter went too far in deleting Buhari's post. The veteran Nollywood actor expressed that Twitter insulted the president of Nigeria by deleting his post and thereby humiliating all Nigerians.
Due to the ongoing outburst from angry Nigerians especially Twitter users, over the ban of twitter in Nigeria by the federal government. Veteran Nollywood actor and producer Yemi Solade have been dragged on social media over his statement on the ban of Twitter, saying that the platform "went too far by insulting the president of Nigeria in person of Muhammadu Buhari.
Popular Nollywood actor and producer, Yemi Solade has reacted to the ban on Twitter operations by the federal government of Nigeria. Recall that the Nigerian Government suspended the operations of the microblogging platform some days ago. Reacting to this, Yemi Solade during an interview said that Twitter went too far by insulting the president of Nigeria.
Popular music producer, Samklef has dragged veteran Nollywood actor, Yemi Solade for joining APC, the current ruling party in Nigeria and displaying his membership card publicly. The music producer who is also a musician dragged Yemi Solade on his official Instagram account by sharing a picture of Yemi Solade sitting in a car, covering is nose and mouth with a black face mask and displaying his APC membership card, and by the words in the caption of the picture.
" Twitter went too far by insulting President Buhari and Nigerians by extension" - Actor Yemi Solade
Following the suspension of the Twitter platform which is a social media platform, an American micro-blogging, a social networking service on which users post and interact messages known as "tweets" by this administration, in which The President had made a tweet, as regards the current insecurity in the nation, where many on the social media platform drew various meanings, noting it was a threat, forcing Twitter to remove the tweet, and describing such as a violation of their rules, there are a lot of reactions from the people.
Following the Suspension of the Twitter social media Usage in Nigeria, so many reactions of disapproval has generated, both locally and internationally. Amidst the disapproval from the public, Veteran Actor, Yemi Solade has however supported the President on his act as he describes the Suspension as the “Best decision the presidency could ever made”.
"I support Buhari this time, this is not the first time Twitter will try to humiliate Nigeria" - Yemi
Yemi Solade, who is a veteran Nigerian actor, has reacted to the ban placed on the twitter operation by the federal government, and according to the report made by Punch Newspapers, he said that he is in support of the government decision on the twitter ban and he also said that Nigerians are using the microblogging platform to talk bad about the government and also insulting the president of Nigeria.
Despite the fact that there are many people protesting against the suspension of Twitter, there are still many that think federal government made the right decision by suspending Twitter. Popular Yoruba actor Yemi Solade said that Twitter went too far by deleting president Buhari's tweet. He said that they're getting the ban that they deserve.
According to the recent issue between the president of federal republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari and the owner of the Twitter Jack Dorsey. The president tweet on his Twitter account saying that: "Many of those misbehaving today are too young to be aware of the destruction and loss of lives that occurred during the Nigeria civil war.
Ace nollywood actor, Mr. Yemi Solade has accused the management of Twitter of insulting President Muhammadu Buhari and other Nigerians. Solade condemned the Twitter resolved action by deleting President Muhammadu Buhari's Tweet, he condemned the act as a disrespect to the office of the president. Solade said he was not a fan of Twitter but noted that the platform is being used to share negative thought about the present government in Nigeria which is not so good.
It is a normal thing for people to have different opinion about an issue. This is because we are different from one another and our way of thinking is quite not the same. A popular Nollywood actor, Yemi Solade has brought himself to the black book of some people as he was blasted by these people after video of an interview where he supported the temporary ban of Twitter in Nigeria by the Federal government surfaced online.
A popular Yoruba Nollywood Movie star, Yemi Solade is under serious attack from Nigerians over the statement he made in an interview concerning the ban of Twitter in Nigeria. According to the Yoruba movie star, Mr. Yemi Solade began by saying that Twitter ban happened because the Micro-Blogging app went too far in deleting the tweets of the Nigeria's President.
Some days ago, the Federal Government felt the need to suspend the operation of Twitter in the country. Considering the current situation of things, it's clear that the Federal Government is infringing on the constitutional right of its citizens. Despite the suspension of Twitter, Nigerians are still managing to communicate on the social media platform.
In the last one week, it has been a game of blames all through. Some believe the government did the right thing banning Twitter, while the other side of the divide thinks it was a right decision. One of the persons that feels the government's decision was right is veteran Nollywood actor, Yemi Solade.
Veteran Nollywood actor, Yemi Solade, has advocated for a new version of reality tv show-themed ‘Big Daddy Naija’. According to the sixty-one-year-old 'Oloture' star actor, the proposed 'Big Daddy Naija' if coming to fruition will celebrate veteran thespians like himself. Yemi said, “Big Daddy Naija would be a great idea because Nigeria has produced great talents and all we will do in such a show is come out and showcase our talents, and be appreciated."
The suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria is still a hot topic on the internet and Nollywood actor Yemi Solade has sided with the federal government for suspending the social media platform. The federal government of Nigeria announced the suspension of Twitter a few days ago through the office of the federal ministry of information and culture and the suspension has since been enforced.
Legendary Fuji musician, Alhaji Wasiu Alabi Ajibola Odetola professionally known as Pasuma, Paso or Oga Nla of Fuji music has triggered reactions online after he paid a visit to one of his children who is a naval officer in the United States of America. The proud father whose beautiful daughter Opeyemi Odetola became a naval officer many months ago took to his verified instagram handle few hours ago and shared some pictures of his visit to her in her naval base in California, USA.
Photo Credit: Google Twitter Went Too Far Insulting Buhari, Nigerians- Solade Nollywood star actor Yemi Solade has slammed Twitter as a disruptive element, accusing the microblogging platform of insulting President Muhammadu Buhari and Nigerians. Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette In a recent interview with Goldmynetv, the movie star stated, “I think Twitter went too far by insulting the President of Nigeria and by extension insulting all of us.