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  • TB Joshua: The Intrigues, The Controversies And His Triumphs (admin) (516)
    Temitope Balogun Joshua, a frontline Nigerian preacher and televangelist, was Saturday evening reported dead after concluding a programme at his church, report said Prophet Joshua, renowned for humanitarian services to humanity, reigned for several decades as a fiery preacher on television, using his platform to attract a large number of Christians from across the world. Emmanuel […]
  • PDP:Nigerian Govt’s Suspension Of Twitter a Slide Towards Fascism (Ojima) (450)
    The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Friday described the Federal Government’s suspension of the microblogging platform, Twitter as a draconian action and a slide towards a fascist regime in the country. The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, had earlier on Friday announced the suspension of Twitter activities in Nigeria. The minister said in […]
  • Suspension Of Our Operation Deeply Concerning-Says Twitter (Ojima) (423)
    Twitter has expressed “deep concern” over the federal government’s decision to suspend its operations in Nigeria. Sarah Hart, Twitter’s senior policy communications manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa, told TheCable the company is investigating the development. The government suspended Twitter’s operations indefinitely, after accusing the micro-blogging site of “undermining Nigeria’s existence.” In a statement […]
  • Nigeria Has The Capacity To Produce 200 Million SIM Card Annually-FG (Ojima) (417)
    The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Pantami says Nigeria has the capacity to produce SIM cards and Smartphones for the African continent. The minister said this at an event organised by the All Progressives Congress Professional Forum on Thursday, in Abuja, at the party’s national secretariat. The event was organised by the […]
  • Twitter Ban: Nigeria Joins Eight Other Countries In Infamous Club (Ojima) (372)
    As of 2019, the governments of China, Iran, North Korea, and Turkmenistan amongst others had either temporarily or permanently blocked Twitter in their domains. In a controversial move, the Nigeria government on Friday announced it has suspended, indefinitely, the operations of Twitter in the country. The federal government based its decision on the “persistent use […]

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