While the country awaits the meeting between the Federal Government and the management team of Twitter to resolve the impasse between the two, findings have shown that the planned tax earnings from technology companies, especially Twitter might not really be pronounced.
The Community Court of the Economic Community of West African States has fixed July 9, 2021, to decide on the consolidation of all applications before the court on the Twitter ban by the Federal Government of Nigeria.
The House of Representatives has endorsed the controversial ban on Twitter operations in Nigeria.
A sign on the newsroom wall at the Nigerian broadcaster News Central spells out the channel’s motto: No to mediocrity and disinformation.
The Nigerian Bar Association is set for a legal battle with the Federal Government over its decision to suspend operations of the micro-blogging and social media platform, Twitter.