Popular Nollywood actor, Yemi Solade unlike many other Nigerians support the Federal Government’s stand on the ban of Twitter in the country.
According to the movie star in an interview on Instagram, Twitter went too far by insulting the president and Nigerians at the same time.
He noted further that the population of Nigerians on the bird app is huge as 45% of it’s population make Twitter very active.
Solade revealed that this is not the first time Twitter would insult Nigerians and the white supremacy tendency should be curbed. He went on to say that everyone had the freedom to express themselves, but when a platform is used to foment trouble and project anarchy, there should be rules regulating such.
He stated further that he is not a fan of Twitter and the application is not helping Nigerians with the negative posts hitting the government.
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As expected, the actor’s post has generated a lot of reactions from Nigerians.
Read some comments below:
Damilarae__: “Sometimes it’s difficult to know if someone is wise or extremely foolish until they open their mouth. This right here is a very good example of that.”
Aiyegucci001: “This one wants collect political post.”
Mascot1603: “He was even quoting fake data on top his rubbish expression.”
Ciprotechltd: “God bless u sir. It’s left for Twitter to do the needful, learn to engage the government and develop a good relationship with them to show he respects Nigerians.”
Zeb_karey: “Common sense is not by white beards.”
Opa_ade: “@desmondelliot just got a dragging partner egbon Yemi way mumu, welcome to the club of dragging.”