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Suspension of Twitter in Nigeria is unnecessary, says Kaziahh


Nigerian talent manager and lifestyle enthusiast Kazeem Adekunle popularly knows as Kaziahh has aired his thought on the indefinite suspension of Twitter in Nigeria.


Lai Mohammed, minister of information, had announced the suspension of Twitter earlier in the month, citing the “persistent use of the platform for activities that are capable of undermining Nigeria’s corporate existence”.

The suspension came after a tweet by President Muhammadu Buhari on the 1967 civil war was deleted by the social media platform.

Twitter’s suspension has since elicited a wave of reactions from entertainers engaging with the Nigerian creative industry.

Reacting to the development, the talent manager, said the decision was unnecessary with the level real issues that are yet to be addressed.


He said: “Nigerians are being killed, so much insecurity in the country but some people are very worried about social media post? That’s so bad for Nigeria’s name.

“The government in power has a very thin skin for criticism, and it is not supposed to be. They cannot take punches, but delights in always giving punches to Nigerians.

“That decision will go a long way to set us back, I hope they will call off the suspension as soon as possible,” he added

Kaziahh is among the fastest-growing talent managers to look out for in the Nigerian entertainment industry. He’s managing the affairs of music star, McKay.

He is currently working closely with McKay on an album that would be released in 2022.


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