Twitter is no longer working, view president Buhari’s last ten tweets; two were very… https://youtu.be/LetIzjggMrI
The president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari banned Twitter in Nigeria after his tweet was deleted by the management of Twitter. According to the micro-blogging site, Twitter, the president’s tweet contained inciting and abusive words. Those words broke Twitter’s rules, hence the deletion of the tweet “Many of those misbehaving today are too young to be aware of the destruction and loss of lives that occurred during the Nigerian Civil War. Those of us in the fields for 30 months, who went through the war, will treat them in the language they understand.” (This tweet has since been deleted by Twitter.)
After his tweet was deleted, he immediately banned Twitter in Nigeria. It has however been noted that Twitter has stopped working in some areas and on some gadgets. While some people are still able to access Twitter, a few people are unable to access Twitter. The suspension placed on the Twitter platform is gradually taking effect…
If you are logged in, my advice is that you don’t log out, because when you try to log in; you won’t be able to access your Twitter account.
The president has not been tweeting from his Twitter account. His last rewet was on Tuesday, June 1st, 2021. President Buhari has over 4 million followers. Also, the Twitter account of the Nigerian presidency has also not been tweeting since June 4th. The page has 2.3 million followers. Its last tweet on June 4th says- Police Council Meeting today at the Statehouse presided over by President Buhari. Membership of the Nigeria Police Council includes the Governors of the 36 states (106 comments, 121 retweets, 363 likes). On June 3rd: President Buhari Today met with Governors Yahaya Bello of Kogi State, and Ben Ayade of Cross River State, at the State House, Abuja.
But before we all are unable to access our sites again, below are the last 12 or 13 tweets of president Buhari. The last two were really very inciting… View the tweets below.
June 1: “Many of those misbehaving today are too young to be aware of the destruction and loss of lives that occurred during the Nigerian Civil War. Those of us in the fields for 30 months, who went through the war, will treat them in the language they understand.” (This tweet has been deleted by Twitter.)
June 1: I receive daily security reports on the attacks on critical national infrastructure, and it is very clear that those behind them want this administration to fail. Whoever wants the destruction of the system will soon have the shock of their lives. We have given enough time. (1 comment, 7k retweets, and 6.9k likes)
June 1: I have assured INEC that we will make available to them everything they need to operate efficiently, so that no one will say we don’t want to go, or that we want a third term. There will be no excuse for failure. We will meet all of INEC’s demands. (1 comment, 2.6k retweets, and 2.7k likes)
June 1: In the area of security, we have changed the Service Chiefs, and the Inspector-General, and we are demanding that they rise fully to the challenges confronting us. There must be zero tolerance for all those bent on destroying our country by promoting crime and insurrection! (0 comment, 1.5k retweets, and 3.1k likes)
May 28: I met with former President Jonathan this morning, on the situation in Mali, where he is ECOWAS’s special Envoy & Mediator. I am calling on all actors and stakeholders to come together for the peace, unity, and security of Mali. We cannot afford a further escalation of the crisis. (0 comment, 1.5k retweets, and 34k likes)
May 27: Today, we opened up the State House, in commemoration of Children’s day. Our visitors got a tour of my office, the presidential meeting rooms, the State House Zoo, and other areas. We will keep working hard to bequeath a better country to present and future generations. (0 comment, 465 retweets, and 2.4k likes)
May 26: Pleased to host the chairman of the presidential council, Libya. HE Mohammed Younis Menfi Today. Chad and Niger have extensive borders with Libya, and they are our immediate neighbors. Whatever affects us them, affects us. The stability or instability of Libya directly affects us. (0 comment, 523 retweets, and 2.1 k likes)
May 21: Tonight at the statehouse, president Buhari receives a briefing from the Defence Minister, Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), and other security chiefs, on the tragic plane crash, which led to the death of the chief of HQNigerianArmy Staff, Lt.Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru, and others…(382 comment, 492 retweets, and 2k likes)
May 21: Deeply saddened by the air crash that claimed the lives of the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru, and other military officers. All of them are heroes who paid the ultimate price for peace and security in the land. (1 comment, 2.7k retweets and 7.2k likes)
May 21: This crash is one mortal blow to our underbelly, at a time our armed forces are poised to end the security challenges facing the country. My condolences to the families of the deceased, the entire military, and all Nigerians. The deaths of these officers will not be in vain.
May 19: In my meeting today with the Chairman and CEO of @Total, @PPouyanne , I stressed the fact that Nigeria is more a gas country than a crude oil country. Our administration is laying a solid foundation for Nigeria to realise its full gas potential. (1 comment, 720 retweets and 2.6k likes)
May 19: Total has been an important part of Nigeria’s oil and gas journey for decades, and we thank them for their consistency. We will continue to work hard to enhance the fiscal stability that will favour them, and other investors in Nigeria. (1 comment, 133 retweets and 625 likes)
May 19: We also welcome their interest in expanding their investments not only oil and gas in Nigeria, but also in renewable energy, and other areas. Nigeria and @Total will continue to be strong partners for investment and development, for the mutual benefit of both partners. (169 retweets and 744 likes)
May 18: France, the entire G20, EU, and global financial institutions should do more to support African countries to mitigate the social and economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Debt restructuring and relief, fair and equitable vaccine distribution, these and more should be on the table. (1 comment, 670 retweets, and 1.9k likes)
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