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Facebook Follows Twitter, Deletes Buhari’s Controversial Post

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Things appear to be getting tougher after the Nigerian government published content said to have violated rules provided for by the authority of the Twitter social media platform.

The government in reaction to this, also declared in a statement released that Twitter had been banned in Nigeria. You will recall that the media earlier lost interest in Nigeria when it was considering where to cite its African Headquarters.

The alleged post circulated via the different social media platforms, including Instagram, has ran out of favour another time and with the Facebook platform. The “Civil War” post was announced deleted after Facebook, just like Twitter admitted that it violates its community standards.

This was contained in a statement released on Friday by Friday by Facebook. It says; “In line with our global policies, we’ve removed a post from President Buhari’s Facebook page for violating our Community Standards against inciting violence.

Twitter Deletes Nigeria President’s “Civil War” Post, Says It Violates Rules

“We remove any content, from individuals or organizations that goes against our policies on this platform,” Facebook Spokesperson stated.

Reno Omokri, a pastor, Nigerian activist and opposition leader lauded the move of the said platform in cutting the wings of a tyrant, according to him “Facebook has also taken down the tyrant’s genocidal post. We are grateful to Mark Zuckerberg.

We urge Facebook to permanently suspend Muhammadu Buhari like they did to Trump.

“He is a bloodthirsty warmonger that should be shut out of decent society,” he wrote.

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