1. Nigeria's Twitter ban: Donald Trump hails Buhari  Graphic Online
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  3. Social Media Firms Must Get Local Licence, Nigeria Demands Following Twitter Ban  Gadgets 360
  4. Buhari has 99 problems, but Twitter is not one of them  Al Jazeera English
  5. Explained: Nigerian govt joins Koo; what this means for Twitter’s India-made rival  The Indian Express
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Former US president Donald Trump has praised Nigeria's government for banning Twitter after it deleted President Muhammadu Buhari's post for breaching its rules.Former US president Donald Trump has praised Nigeria's government for banning Twitter after it deleted President Muhammadu Buhari's post for breaching its rules.

Nigeria's Twitter ban: Donald Trump hails Buhari - Graphic Online

Nigerian Media Outlets Defy Twitter BanNigerian Media Outlets Defy Twitter Ban

Nigerian Media Outlets Defy Twitter Ban | General News | Peacefmonline.com

Social media firms wanting to operate in Nigeria must register a local entity and be licensed, the country's information minister said, the government's latest move since it banned Twitter last week.Nigeria’s new regulations will include conditions for continued operation.

Social Media Firms Must Get Local Licence, Nigeria Demands Following Twitter Ban | Technology News

DJ Switch's livestream of Nigerian security officers opening fire on protesters during the 2020 EndSARS protests changed the country's international image, and her own life.DJ Switch's livestream of Nigerian security officers opening fire on protesters during the 2020 EndSARS protests changed the country's international image, and her own life.

After surviving EndSARS protests, Nigerian activist fears Twitter ban is latest crackdown on youth | News24

Banning Twitter will not solve the Nigerian government’s many problems.Banning Twitter will not solve the Nigerian government’s many problems.

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President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday turned down a question on the suspension of the microblogging and social networking service, Twitter, in Nigeria.President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday turned down a question on the suspension of the microblogging and social networking service, Twitter, in Nigeria.

‘I’ll keep that to myself’ – Buhari parries question on Twitter ban - Daily Post Nigeria

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday turned down a question on the suspension of the microblogging and social networking service, Twitter, in Nigeria.President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday turned down a question on the suspension of the microblogging and social networking service, Twitter, in Nigeria.

‘I’ll keep that to myself’ – Buhari parries question on Twitter ban - Daily Post Nigeria

The Nigerian government has said Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social media giants must register in the country. This was revealed by theThe Nigerian government has said Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social media giants must register in the country. This was revealed by the

Twitter ban: Facebook, Instagram must register as businesses in Nigeria - Lai Mohammed - Daily Post Nigeria

The Nigerian government has said Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social media giants must register in the country. This was revealed by theThe Nigerian government has said Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social media giants must register in the country. This was revealed by the

Twitter ban: Facebook, Instagram must register as businesses in Nigeria - Lai Mohammed - Daily Post Nigeria

It's been barely a week since Nigeria banned the US-based social media platform Twitter in the country. Now, the West African country's government has made its debut on Koo developed by a Bengaluru-based startup. Koo co-founder R Aprameya expressed happiness over the new development.It's been barely a week since Nigeria banned the US-based social media platform Twitter in the country. Now, the West African country's government has made its debut on Koo developed by a

Nigerian government makes debut on Indian social media app Koo after banning Twitter | Deccan Herald

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The Nigeria Government joined Koo days after banning Twitter amid the Jack Dorsey-led company's stand-off with India over the compliance of rules.The Nigeria Government joined Koo days after banning Twitter amid the Jack Dorsey-led company's stand-off with India over the compliance of rules.

Nigeria Government joins Koo days after banning Twitter; Indian app's co-founder reacts

If Twitter wants the government of Nigeria to lift its ban against the site, it should register as a local entity and be licensed in the country, Information Minister Lai Mohammed has said amid a spat with the social media giant.If Twitter wants the government of Nigeria to lift its ban against the site, it should register as a local entity and be licensed in the country, Information Minister Lai Mohammed has said amid a spat with the social media giant.

Twitter must register company in Nigeria to resume operations – information minister — RT World News

Read more about Koo expands its wings, govt of Nigeria joins microblogging platform on Business Standard. The Nigerian government had banned Twitter on June 5 after the firm deleted a tweet made by its PresidentThe Nigerian government had banned Twitter on June 5 after the firm deleted a tweet made by its President

Koo expands its wings, govt of Nigeria joins microblogging platform | Business Standard News

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Nigeria banned Twitter citing its use for undermining Nigeria's corporate existence and joined India's Koo as it sought to expand in the West African nation.Nigeria banned Twitter citing its use for undermining Nigeria's corporate existence and joined India's Koo as it sought to expand in the West African nation.

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A screenshot of Mr Malami's deactivation of his Twitter account also contained a couple of icons including one used to trade the prohibited cryptocurrency.A screenshot of Mr Malami's deactivation of his Twitter account also contained a couple of icons including one used to trade the prohibited cryptocurrency.

Screenshot of Malami’s Twitter deactivation shows app for trading banned cryptocurrency

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PDP calls on US, UK, Canada to impose visa ban on Buhari, Malami, Mohammed | International Centre for Investigative Reporting

The company’s move to start an audio feature comes at a time when the social audio apps are gaining popularity. For instance, India is the largest Android market for Clubhouse with over 10 lakh users in the start of June 2021.The company’s move to start an audio feature comes at a time when the social audio apps are gaining popularity. For instance, India is the largest Android market for Clubhouse with over 10 lakh users in the start of June 2021.

EXCLUSIVE: Koo To Launch Twitter Spaces-like Audio Feature In A Month

Nigerian startups can find other means for communication. But the Twitter ban speaks to a need for more focus on political risk.For the second time in six months, a major government announcement is causing startup founders and investors to ponder the effect of politics and sudden regulation on doing business in Nigeria.  In February, it was the Central Bank of Nigeria’s ban on cryptocurrency transactions. This time it is the ban on Twitter, a social media […] @TechCabal

Exposure to risk: What tech investors fear and find interesting about Nigeria’s Twitter ban | TechCabal

As part of its new move to regulate social media, the Federal Government has said Twitter, Facebook and other social media giants doing business in Nigeria must register in the country before being allowed to operate unhindered.As part of its new move to regulate social media, the Federal Government has said Twitter, Facebook and other social media giants doing business in Nigeria must register in the country before being allowed to operate unhindered.

Twitter, Facebook, others must register in Nigeria, says FG | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News — Technology — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

How can Twitter consider its product to be a human right if it then goes ahead and denies its access to others?How can Twitter consider its product to be a human right if it then goes ahead and denies its access to others?

If Twitter Is A 'Human Right,' Why Does It Censor?

Koo on Thursday said the Government of Nigeria has set up an official account on the Indian microblogging platform, which is looking at making deeper inroads into the African nationKoo on Thursday said the Government of Nigeria has set up an official account on the Indian microblogging platform, which is looking at making deeper inroads into the African nation

Govt of Nigeria sets up official account on Koo amid standoff with Twitter

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Nigerian government has said that social networks should register in the African country as commercial enterprises to be able to continue...MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Nigerian government has said that social networks should register in the African country as commercial enterprises to be able to continue...

Nigerian Gov't Tells Social Networks to Register as Businesses - Reports - Sputnik International

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As in other economies worldwide, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on the Nigerian economy. In 2020, Nigeria slipped into its second recession in five years, with a GDP contraction of 3.6% in the third quarter of 2020.As in other economies worldwide, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on the Nigerian economy. In 2020, Nigeria slipped into its second recession in five years, with a GDP contraction of 3.6% in the third quarter of 2020.

NESG Urges FG to Reconsider Decision to Suspend Twitter, Highlights the Value of the Digital Economy

Nigerian government on Wednesday said all social media companies must be licensed before they operate in the West African country. Nigeria’s information and culture minister Lai Mohammed told a news conference that he has directed the regulatory agency National Communications Commission (NCC) to commence the process of licensing all OTT and social media operations. Mohammed […]Nigerian government on Wednesday said all social media companies must be licensed before they operate in the West African country. Nigeria’s information and culture minister Lai Mohammed told a news conference that he has directed the regulatory agency National Communications Commission (NCC) to commence the process of licensing all OTT and social media operations. Mohammed […]

Nigeria says Twitter, Facebook, others must be licensed before operation | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News — Nigeria — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

Twitter must register as a business in Nigeria before its suspension is lifted.Twitter must register as a business in Nigeria before its suspension is lifted.

Lai Mohammed demands Twitter, others must register in Nigeria | Pulse Nigeria

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Indication emerged Wednesday that Twitter has reached out to the Nigerian government seeking high-level discussion to resolve the issue of the ban of its operation in the country. Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, gave the indication while addressing newsmen after a meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) presided over by President Mohammadu […]Indication emerged Wednesday that Twitter has reached out to the Nigerian government seeking high-level discussion to resolve the issue of the ban of its operation in the country. Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, gave the indication while addressing newsmen after a meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) presided over by President Mohammadu […]

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The former president said on Tuesday that "more COUNTRIES should ban Twitter and Facebook" after Nigeria banned Twitter.The former president said on Tuesday that "more COUNTRIES should ban Twitter and Facebook" after Nigeria banned Twitter.

Trump said he might have banned Facebook as president but 'Zuckerberg kept calling' and telling him how great he was

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Nigerian government wants Twitter, Facebook and Instagram registered as business entities. Nigerian government wants Twitter, Facebook and Instagram registered as business entities.

Nigeria now wants Twitter, others registered before talks on ban - The East African

Twitter users’ wait for the suspension of the micro-blogging platform to be lifted by the Federal Government may be longer than anticipated.Twitter users’ wait for the suspension of the micro-blogging platform to be lifted by the Federal Government may be longer than anticipated.

Govt: Twitter must register, pay taxes to have a chance | The Nation

Lai Mohammed, minister of information, says the ban on Twitter in Nigeria does not stifle the citizens' freedom of expression.Lai Mohammed, minister of information, says the ban on Twitter in Nigeria does not stifle the citizens' freedom of expression.

Lai Mohammed on Twitter ban: Freedom of speech not stifled

Nigerian government banned Twitter after it removed a contentious tweet that President Muhammadu Buhari made about a secessionist movement.Nigerian government banned Twitter after it removed a contentious tweet that President Muhammadu Buhari made about a secessionist movement.

Nigerian government joins Koo after Twitter gets indefinitely suspended in the country- Technology News, Firstpost

•NBC to license OTT •House probes legality of stoppage, summons information minister •Despite ordering violators’ prosecution, Malami accesses Twitter, deactivates account •Trump lauds Nigeri…

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  The Federal Government has said all social media platforms – Twitter, Facebook, and others must register in the country. This according to the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed is part of the move to regulate the social media platforms. Mr Mohammed said this on Wednesday in Abuja while briefing journalists after the … Continue reading All Social Media Platforms, Others Must Be Registered In Nigeria – Lai Mohammed

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The economics of it all, will a ban on Twitter and other social media applications have an economic effect on Nigeria? Will it affect commerceTwitter is offline to Nigerian residents following an order by the Minister of Communication, Lai Muhammed, and a follow-up legal

The economic burden of the Twitter ban on Nigeria | Nairametrics

The economics of it all, will a ban on Twitter and other social media applications have an economic effect on Nigeria? Will it affect commerceThe economics of it all, will a ban on Twitter and other social media applications have an economic effect on Nigeria? Will it affect commerce

The economic burden of the Twitter ban on Nigeria | Nairametrics

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called on the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Saudi Arabia and other membersThe Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called on the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Saudi Arabia and other members

Twitter ban: PDP seeks visa ban on Buhari, Malami, others | The Nation

The Nigerian government blocked access to Twitter on 5 June, after the company had deleted a tweet from President Muhammadu Buhari threatening to punish regional secessionists in the countryThe Nigerian government blocked access to Twitter on 5 June, after the company had deleted a tweet from President Muhammadu Buhari threatening to punish regional secessionists in the country

Nigerian government joins Koo after Twitter ban

The federal government also said that other social media platforms, including Facebook and Instagram, must also be registered so that Nigeria could be able to generate revenue from their operations The federal government also said that other social media platforms, including Facebook and Instagram, must also be registered so that Nigeria could be able to generate revenue from their operations

Nigeria tightens the noose on Twitter, others - Daily Monitor

Less than a week after banning Twitter, the Nigerian government has joined Koo. What does this mean for the India-made rival microblogging website?Less than a week after banning Twitter, the Nigerian government has joined Koo. What does this mean for the India-made rival microblogging website?

Explained: Nigerian govt joins Koo; what this means for Twitter’s India-made rival | Explained News,The Indian Express

Like many people, I was affected by the sudden and rather harsh decision, of the Nigerian government to suspend Twitter operati...Like many people, I was affected by the sudden and rather harsh decision, of the Nigerian government to suspend Twitter operati...

Twitter ‘ban’: Another view - Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics

Like many people, I was affected by the sudden and rather harsh decision, of the Nigerian government to suspend Twitter operati...Like many people, I was affected by the sudden and rather harsh decision, of the Nigerian government to suspend Twitter operati...

Twitter ‘ban’: Another view - Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics

FG says Twitter has reached out for negotiationsThe Federal Government has said that the management of the microblogging platform, Twitter, has reached out to the administration for

FG says Twitter has reached out for negotiations | Nairametrics

FG says Twitter has reached out for negotiationsFG says Twitter has reached out for negotiations

FG says Twitter has reached out for negotiations | Nairametrics