Nigeria FG Takes Reasonable Decision In Banning Twitter – Portuguese Politician, Bruno Maçães

Date: 05-06-2021 8:21 pm (3 months ago) | Author: Olusanya Akinrinola
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Portuguese politician, Bruno Maçães, described Federal Government decision to ban Twitter in Nigeria as a reasonable decision.

According to him, no sovereign country should be inclined to place the platform above the head of state or head of government.

Reacting to the decision via his Twitter handle, he wrote;

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”This seems like a reasonable decision. No sovereign country should be inclined to place Twitter above the head of state or head of government.

It was perhaps tolerable for a US internet platform to determine what can or cannot be said by the US president, but how did anyone ever think the model could apply globally?” he wrote




Posted: at 5-06-2021 08:21 PM (3 months ago) | Hero
- blowout at 5-06-2021 09:00 PM (3 months ago)
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If them ban that twitter wey u take write this yeye msg for ya country wetin u go talk
Posted: at 5-06-2021 09:00 PM (3 months ago) | Gistmaniac
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- gogoman at 6-06-2021 01:24 AM (3 months ago)
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Good!!
Posted: at 6-06-2021 01:24 AM (3 months ago) | Addicted Hero
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- ikpotokin at 6-06-2021 03:25 AM (3 months ago)
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tooth pick fool
Posted: at 6-06-2021 03:25 AM (3 months ago) | Gistmaniac
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- sweetypweety at 6-06-2021 06:34 AM (3 months ago)
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What happened to other sites? Must we use twitter? How is enriching the life of the owners of Twitter ur financial gain? Every damn seconds u spend on it cost u money and makes them rich in millions of ur currency. U are here fighting for them,  have they giving u free 24hours access to their platform?
Posted: at 6-06-2021 06:34 AM (3 months ago) | Gistmaniac
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- fineboy77 at 6-06-2021 07:15 AM (3 months ago)
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Upcoming politician that enjoys all the freedom in his country, but is happy to see Africa dismantled through tyranny and stuff.

Posted: at 6-06-2021 07:15 AM (3 months ago) | Hero
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- fineboy77 at 6-06-2021 07:21 AM (3 months ago)
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Public career
His tenure as Secretary of State for European Affairs in Portugal took place during the worst period of the country's financial crisis.

In an interview with TRT in March 2017 he strongly criticized the Dutch government for its ban on Turkish politicians.[13]

In July 2017 he accused Italy of violating banking union rules.[14]

These are just a few things about him. He criticized fellow European Governments for various bans, but was quick to be in support of systemic gagging in Africa.

Posted: at 6-06-2021 07:21 AM (3 months ago) | Hero
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