Nigeria suspended Twitter in the country in June after the social media giant platform deleted a controversial tweet by the President, Muhammadu Buhari.


The Nigerian government has indicated that the temporary ban on Twitter may be lifted soon, The report says

The minister of information, Lai Mohammed, said on Wednesday that though talks are still on going with Twitter management, many agreements have been reached. In order to lift it banned in the country

Mr Mohammed, who briefed journalists after the weekly Federal Executive Council meeting in Abuja, said the areas still pending include Twitter setting up an office in Nigeria and having a Twitter staff of management cadre as the country representative.

Mr Mohammed, the spoke person who briefed journalists after the weekly Federal Executive Council meeting held in Abuja, said the areas is still pending including Twitter setting up an office in Nigeria and having a Twitter staff of management cadre as the country representative.

He said though Twitter has reached agreement to establish an office in Nigeria, the social media platform said it cannot do so until 2022.

Mr Mohammed said he believes the grey areas will be resolved in a few days or weeks.

The Nigerian government suspended Twitter in the country in June after the social media platform deleted a controversial tweet by Mr President Muhammadu Buhari.

The Nigerian government also accused Twitter of supporting protests against the government.

The suspension means millions of Twitter users in Nigeria are denied from having access to the platform and can only reach it (Twitter) through backdoors such as virtual private networks.

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