Aisha Buhari Deactivates Twitter Account, As  Buhari, Festus Keyamo, Femi Adesina, others Still Active 

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Deactivates Twitter Account

President Muhammadu  Buhari, Festus Keyamo, Femi Adesina, Federal Ministries, Agencies’ Account  Still Active.

Following a brief notice on Friday evening, Nigeria’s first lady, Aisha Buhari, has cancelled her Twitter account.

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“For the time being, I’m going to deactivate my Twitter account. “Long live the Federal Republic of Nigeria,” she wrote just before her account was deactivated.

Aisha Buhari Deactivates Twitter Account

Buhari’s action came after the Nigerian announced that the microblogging platform’s operations in the country will be suspended.

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Nigerians could not access the social media network as of Saturday morning unless they used Virtual Private Network (VPN) providers, which allow users to establish a secure network connection when utilising public networks.

As a result, their Internet trace does not reflect Nigeria, but rather the country to which the VPN switches.

Two days after Twitter erased President Muhammadu Buhari’s message threatening violence, Information Minister Lai Mohammed stated the government had chosen to ban the website “indefinitely.” Mohammed had previously said the company’s goal in Nigeria was “suspicious.”

Aisha Buhari Deactivates Twitter Account 

Buhari alluded to the 1967-1970 civil war, which killed millions of people, and warned insurgents that they would be addressed “in a language they understand.”

“Those of us who served in the fields for 30 months and saw the battle firsthand will treat them in their language,” the president wrote on Twitter.

After multiple public concerns, Buhari’s position received considerable outrage and sparked a response from Twitter.

Twitter removed the tweet after it was found to violate its terms of service.

In a similar vein, Facebook, another social media behemoth, took down Buhari’s official Facebook page’s full statement.

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Aisha Buhari has  Deactivated her  Twitter Account 



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