JUST IN: Twitter has agreed to set up an office in Nigeria, says FG

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The suspension of Twitter’s activities in Nigeria may soon be overturned as the federal government says it has resolved some of the issues it raised with the social media platform.

The government had on June 5 restricted Twitter from operating in Nigeria following the deleting of tweets made by President Muhammadu Buhari, who had threatened to treat members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in the language they understand.

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While responding to questions on the issue on Wednesday, Lai Mohammed, the minister of information and culture, told state house correspondents that progress has been made in resolving the impasse following a series of meetings.

The minister said most of the conditions given to the platform have been accepted.

He said Twitter has also agreed to set up an office in Nigeria but the company maintained that the earliest it can happen is 2022.



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