BUHARI Reacts To The Death Of Ahmed Mahmud:
Alhaji Ahmed Mahmud, the Galadiman of Ringim, is dead.
Reacting to the Prince’s demise, President Muhammadu Buhari condoled with Emir of Ringim, Alhaji Sayyadi Mahmud Ringim and the government and people of Jigawa State.
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In a statement signed by Garba Shehu, Buhari noted that Ahmed until his death, was the most senior prince and a District Head in Ringim Emirate.
Ex-U.S. President Trump gets two-year suspension on Instagram, Facebook
Social media outlets Facebook and Instagram have handed a two-year suspension to former U.S. President Donald Trump from access to his accounts on both platforms, Reuters has reported.
Mr Trump’s suspension from the platforms which began in January 2020 after the Capitol riot following his instigating tweet, will last until at least January 2023.
Responding to the ban, Mr Trump described it as “an insult to the record-setting 75 million people, plus many others, who voted for us in the 2020 Rigged Presidential Election.”
Nnamdi Kanu Reveals What Twitter Suspension By FG Will Do To Nigerians:
The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu has stated that many Nigerians will be hurt by the decision of the federal government to suspend the operations of Twitter in the country.
This is as he added that the action of the Nigerian government will have no effect on Twitter as an organization or Jack who is the founder of the social media platform.
The IPOB leader argued that many Nigerians, particularly the youths will be negatively affected by the government’s action.
Buhari Seeks To Break His Poor Record Of Media Rights Violations’—AAC Reacts To Twitter Ban
The suspension of the microblogging platform, Twitter has been described as another embarrassing trend in the fascist posture of the President Muhammadu Buhari regime, by the African Action Congress (AAC).
AAC said it’s an exaggerated foolishness to seek to trample on people’s digital rights, noting that the Buhari regime is seeking to break its own poor record of press and media rights violations.
“It’s actually exaggerated foolishness to seek to trample on people’s digital rights in this age of digitization.