What Are You Still Doing On Twitter Platform – Reno Mocks Buhari’s Government

What Are You Still Doing On Twitter Platform - Reno Mocks Buhari's Government

What Are You Still Doing On Twitter PlatformReno Mocks Buhari’s Government—The Foremost Author, lawyer and Former aide to ex-president, Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokrihas has just shaded President Buhari-Led Government for staying on twitter platform after Jack and his team deleted Buhari’s tweet

The Genius Media Nigeria reports that Reno revealed this in a recent tweet on his handle saying FG should Vamoose twitter since they say @Twitter ’s mission to Nigeria “suspect

What Are You Still Doing On Twitter Platform - Reno Mocks Buhari's Government

He tweeted:

Since you say @Twitter ’s mission to Nigeria “suspect”, what are you still doing on their platform? Leave. Vamoose! And take your paid propagandists,  @FemAdesina , and the Any Government in Power @GarShehuwith you. You wont be missed! #TwitterSuspendBuharisAccount

Recall, the president had said in his series of tweets on his handle @mbuhari on Tuesday: “Many of those misbehaving today are too young to be aware of the destruction and loss of lives that occurred during the Nigerian Civil War. Those of us in the fields for 30 months, who went through the war, will treat them in the language they understand.”

Twitter, however, deleted the tweet, stating, “this Tweet violated the Twitter Rules”.

Reacting to Twitter’s action, Mohammed said “Twitter may have its own rules; it’s not the universal rule. If Mr. President, anywhere in the world feels very bad and concern about a situation, he is free to express such views. Now, we should stop comparing apples with oranges. If an organisation is proscribed, it is different from any other which is not proscribed.

“Two, any organisation that gives directives to its members, to attack police stations, to kill policemen, to attack correctional centres, to kill warders, and you are now saying that Mr. President does not have the right to express his dismay and anger about that? We are the ones guilty of double standards.

“I don’t see anywhere in the world where an organisation, a person will stay somewhere outside Nigeria, and will direct his members to attack the symbols of authority, the police, the military, especially when that organisation has been proscribed. By whatever name, you can’t justify giving orders to kill policemen or to kill anybody you do not agree with,” he said.

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