The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari
Online media monster, Twitter, has erased a dubious post by the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), on the Biafran battle of 1967-1970 wherein numerous lives were lost.
The tweet, which was posted on Tuesday, read to some degree, “A significant number of those acting mischievously today are too youthful to possibly be mindful of the obliteration and loss of lives that happened during the Nigerian Civil War. Those of us in the fields for a very long time, who went through the conflict, will treat them in the language they comprehend.”
This assertion didn’t go down well with numerous Nigerians who felt Buhari’s remarks were coldhearted especially as his organization had not spoken hard on northern components who raise a ruckus in the country
Be that as it may, the President’s allies, driven by the Minister of State for Labor and Employment, Festus Keyamo, who came to conspicuousness through activism, protected Buhari’s tweet.
Following a few grievances, Twitter in the long run bowed to pressure, erasing the tweet.
A remark by Twitter expressed, “This Tweet abused the Twitter Rules”.
The web-based media goliath had before in the year prohibited then United States President, Donald Trump, for his prompting remarks which prompted the assault on the US Congress.