According to the US ambassador in Nigeria, the Federal government’s indefinite suspension of Twitter’s operations in Nigeria harms people’ fundamental freedoms and sends the incorrect signals to investors.
The statement runs as follows:
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“The Nigerian constitution guarantees freedom of expression.
The government’s recent #Twitterban impairs Nigerians’ capacity to exercise this fundamental freedom and sends a negative message to its citizens, investors, and enterprises.
The prohibition of social media and the restriction of every citizen’s ability to seek, receive, and impart information jeopardizes fundamental liberties.
As President Biden has remarked, there has never been a greater need for individual expression, open public discourse, and accountability.
The route to a more secure Nigeria lies in increased communication, not decreased communication, as well as concerted efforts toward unity, peace, and prosperity.”
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