If We Implement Decisions Urgently Like Twitter Ban, Nigeria Will Be Better – Cross River NUJ Chairman

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By Archibong Jeremiah

As Nigerians and the world tries to make sense of the Twitter Nigeria ban with some for and against the decision of the General Muhammadu Buhari (retired) administration.

From the web of critical views that the issue has generated so far, is that of the Cross River State Chapter Chairman of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Mr. Victor Dan Udu.

The NUJ Cross River State Chapter Chairman took to his Facebook wall to soliloquies that, “If we can implement decisions with urgency and dispatch like the one suspending Twitter, Nigeria will be a better place.”

Twitter was suspended Friday night after a Government official called the microblogging platform’s presence in Nigeria “very, very suspect.”

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