The 45th president of the United States of America, Mr Donald John Trump has finally reacted to the indefinite ban placed on Twitter in the Republic of Nigeria and from an official statement he put out there, he's clearly in support of it.
According to the 74 years old, Twitter and Facebook needs to be regulated in all countries. He applauded Nigeria for banning Twitter and he has advised other countries to follow suit. Former president Donald Trump said all voices must be heard and who are they (Twitter and Facebook) to dictate good and evil if they aren't evil too.
It will be recalled that President Muhammadu Buhari's tweet was deleted by Twitter few days ago after it went against the rules and regulations of the software application.
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