Twitter has been banned in Nigeria and we have sighted a tweet made by a social media user as far back as 2014 that predicted how the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari was going to ban Twitter in Nigeria.
The post was even made before Buhari won the election to serve his first term in office and this has really got people talking.
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The tweet reads;
“Vote for Buhari. Let him make mistake and win. Twitter will go first. Then DSTV. Then all channels but NTA. Followed by dress code, curfew..”
Some reactions the post has got are;
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@Taiwo02198550 – They’ve ban twitter ooo, you can no longer access twitter without VPN, MTN lo ko ko gba abode
@walextimi2011 – Me I’m using opera mini jejely… I’m sure they can’t stop opera mini… Over sense wan kee mee…
@tegaever – You might get low engagements on this tweet, Sir. They’ve really banned it. I’m using VPN right now.
@XRAY2ZEE – Only d young knew what wz gonna happen wi d CHANGE pple were calling for. Shocked how pple who were already adults as at 1983 were calling for dt CHANGE in 2015. Profs, religious leaders, name dem; you’d even start doubting if wisdom actually resided in grey hair. So now. . . .
@EmmanuelAkueche – Sir, don’t you think it’s high time we started a campaign for arms embargo on Nigeria especially the super Tucano jets. Because FG might just want to invade SE
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@GraciousTongue – Unbelievable Reno! This must be 2015 or 2019. How unmistakably correct she was. It means darkness is looming. Every diaspora should do more to help Nigerians by calling the attention of outside world this unfolding evil.
@VastoniAuto – @renoomokri She is indeed a prophetess. What you said in 2014 has come to pass in 2021. we need to find this lady as soon as possible.
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