The micro-blogging site, twitter has returned into operations in Nigeria social media space.
The development came unannounced as Twitter subscribers have continued to gain access into the site with ease today.
One of the subscribers who spoke under anonymity says, he was surfing some social media platforms and instinctively clicked on his Twitter account and the portal opened, according to report.
It will be recalled that Nigerian government officially shutdown Twitter operations in Nigeria on June, 5 2021 after the social media platform deleted tweets from President Muhammadu Buhari for violating its rules and regulations.
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The ban drew massive condemnation from Amnesty International] as well as the British and Canadian Missions and the Swedish Embassy in Nigeria ans civil society organisations.
Two domestic organisations, the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP)] and the Nigerian Bar Association indicated intent to challenge the ban in court, while Twitter itself called the ban ‘deeply concerning’.
Meanwhile, former U.S. President Donald Trump supported the ban.
His words: “Congratulations to the country of Nigeria, who just banned Twitter because they banned their President.”
Nigeria’s Cultural Minister Lai Mohammed promised that the ban will be lifted once Twitter submits to local licencing, registration and conditions.
“It will be licenced by the broadcasting commission, and must agree not to allow its platform to be used by those who are promoting activities that are inimical to the corporate existence of Nigeria”, Mohammed said