‘Twitter is not our problem’ — Singer, Tiwa Savage tells Buhari

Tiwa Savage

Sensational singer, Tiwa Savage has reacted to the ban place on micro-blogging site, Twitter by the Federal Government of Nigeria.

KFN recalls that the Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, announced the suspension of the social blogging site on Friday, 4th of June, 2021 after President Buhari’s controversial tweet was deleted by the management of Twitter on Wednesday.

According to the mother of one, Nigeria has many problems and Twitter is not one of them.

Taking to her Instastory on Instagram to say this, Tiwa wrote;

“Killings in IMO, Kidnapping of more girls… Twitter is not our problem ooo”

Reacting to this;

@stephany_olayy wrote “But Twitter is just the beginning of other things they will silence us with”

@preownedbridal wrote “Misplaced priorities by the govt”

@nene_george wrote “We have so many problems but Twitter just added to it coz they’re trying to shut us up. Social media is a very powerful tools.”

@tybee wrote “It’s not even on the list of problems in Nigeria”

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