The microblogging site, Twitter, has disclosed that it has reached out to the Nigerian government for discussion one week after its operations were suspended in the country.
The social media company made the disclosure on Friday, June 11.
The company said it is ready to have an open discussion with the Nigerian government to address mutual concerns and see its service restored.
The Twitter policy said in a statement: “Today marks one week since Twitter was blocked in Nigeria. We have informed the Nigerian government that we are ready to meet for an open discussion to address mutual concerns and see the service restored.” “We remain advocates for the free and #OpenInternet everywhere.”
Meanwhile, Nigeria’s Senate president, Ahmad Lawan, has finally reacted to the indefinite suspension of Twitter by the federal government.
Lawan called for the amicable resolution of the feud with the management of Twitter. Lawan made this known at a briefing in Abuja to mark the second anniversary of the 9th Senate.