FG finally reveals why Twitter refused to set up head office in Nigeria

FG finally reveals why Twitter refused to set up head office in Nigeria

– The federal government reacted to the choice of Ghana as the location for Twitter new African office over Nigeria

– Lai Mohammed faulted the way Nigerians criticise the country

– The minister said Twitter’s decision will teach Nigerians a lesson

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The federal government has claimed that Twitter subbed Nigeria and decided to set up its African office in Ghana because of the unpatriotic citizens.

The minister of information and culture, Lai Mohammed made the claim on Thursday, April 15, when he spoke with journalists in Abuja, The Punch reported.

FG finally reveals why Twitter did not set up head office in Nigeria
Mohammed advised Nigerians to be positive about the county.
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He said explained that Nigeria with 25.4 million Twitter users in Nigeria, against eight million users in Accra, should have been the choice for the social media company.

The minister, however, said the negative way some citizens project the country likely prompted Twitter to choose Ghana above Nigeria.

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He said:

”The reasons cited by Twitter for citing the headquarters in Accra, Ghana is that Accra is a champion of democracy and there is rule of law in Accra, among other reasons.

This is what you get when you de-market your own country. This will teach a lot of us a lesson that we have no country than Nigeria.

“We are not saying that you should not criticize the country but be fair and patriotic. When you destroy your own house, where are you going to live?”

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According to Vanguard, Mohammed said Nigeria would have benefitetd from job opportunities if Twitter had set up its head office in Nigeria.

Legit.ng recalls that there have been reactions from many Nigerians who feel Twitter’s African headquarters should be located in Nigeria considering the millions of Nigerians who use the social media service.

Source: Legit

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