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‘Twitter insulted President Buhari by deleting his tweet’ – Actor, Yemi Solade

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Nigerian Actor, Yemi Solade has opined that Twitter insulted President Muhammadu Buhari by deleting his tweet threatening the South East.

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The actor, who made this recognized throughout an interview that has now gone viral, additionally insinuated that the motion taken by Twitter is just not solely an insult to the President but additionally to Nigerians as an entire.

Solade, who additional famous that Nigeria has a whole lot of issues to deal with and Twitter is just not serving to, added that when a platform is used to trigger hassle or venture anarchy there ought to be guidelines regulating such practices.

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”Twitter went too far by insulting the President of Nigeria and by extension Nigerians. Some 200 million individuals of Nigeria, essentially the most populous black nation on earth.

”This isn’t the primary time Twitter will attempt to humiliate Nigerians. It occurred to pastor Chris Oyakilome someday up to now.

”I feel the white supremacist imperialist tendencies ought to be curbed generally as a lot as I’m of the opinion that everyone has their rights to thought however then when a platform is used to need to trigger hassle or venture anarchy there ought to be guidelines regulating such practices.

”Nigeria has so many issues to deal with and Twitter wasn’t actually serving to,” he mentioned.

Recall that Nigerians had referred to as for the suspension of Buhari’s account for saying ‘people or teams who need to destroy his authorities will probably be handled in a language they’ll perceive.’

Following the event, on Wednesday Twitter deleted the remark, saying it violated its guidelines.

 

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