Why we should Stop Depending on Social Media for News

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The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has reproved Nigerians in Diaspora to quit contingent upon for news about the nation.

He gave the advice in Washington at a gathering with the Nigeria Ambassador to USA, Justice Sylvanus Nsofor and the Embassy’s individuals from staff.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports the gathering is on the sideline of a High-Level Roundtable went to by the priest, sorted out by the Atlantic Council, an American research organization on worldwide issues.

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Mohammed said that online networking are, to a great extent purveyors of phony news and deception, which could debilitate the tranquility of a country.

“Counterfeit news and falsehood when blended with abhor discourse debilitate the peace, solidarity, security and corporate presence of Nigerians.

“Numerous individuals in the Diaspora depend a great deal on Social media for news about Nigeria. Be that as it may, 80 for every penny of what you read via web-based networking media is phony.

“If you don’t mind we beseech you to visit our site data, where you can discover data that is certifiable about Nigeria,” he said.

Mohammed focused on that online life is exasperating the Nigeria circumstance making the feeling that the nation is at war, ethnic and religious emergencies.

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