Twitter Ban: Twitter Went Too Far Insulting President Buhari – Yemi Solade

Yemi Solade speaks on Twitter ban
Nollywood actor Yemi Solade has said Twitter deserves the ban on its operations in Nigeria for insulting the President of the Giant of Africa, blaming the social media for immodest living in the nation and the globe as a whole.
Yemi Solade said this in a recent interview with GoldMyne TV, noting that although the agitations against the ban is coming from the fundamental rights of every Nigerian to be able to express themselves freely, he will not subscribe to malicious contents.Twitter Ban: Twitter Went Too Far Insulting The President - Yemi SoladeSpeaking further, Yemi Solade said Twitter went too far by insulting the President and by extension, all Nigerians. He added that White supremacist and imperialists should be curbed and rules be in place to regulate them. “It’s just an expression for all I care. One, it’s something that is coming from everyone’s fundamental human rights to express one’s self but even at that, I will not subscribe to malicious post. I will not subscribe to hate comments, speeches and what have you. Well, why are we talking about this now? (laughs). Coincidentally, before we got to this place, to the social media hangout, the Bud X affair, nobody knew Twitter will be banned but here we are, staring at us in the face, stark reality, it’s been banned!”, he began.
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“Everybody thought it was a huge joke and we went checking if it was actually true but it’s true. I think Twitter went too far insulting the President of Nigeria and by extension, insulting all of us. Some 200 million people of Nigeria, the most populous black nation on earth. I think about about 45 per cent of subscribers – more or less Nigerians make Twitter very thick. This is not the first time Twitter will try to humiliate Nigerians, it happened to Pastor Chris Oyakhilome years back. So I think the White Supremacist/Imperialist tendencies should be curbed sometimes. As much as I’m of the opinion that everybody has rights to expression to thoughts but then when a platform is used to foment trouble, to want to project anarchy, well, there should be rules regulating such practices”, he said. Watch him speak below:
Twitter Ban: Twitter Went Too Far Insulting The President - Yemi Solade
Yemi Solade
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