ABUJA, Jan 12 (Reuters) - Nigeria will lift a prohibition on Twitter (TWTR.N) from 12 PM after the online media stage consented to open a nearby office, education blog among different concurrences with experts in the West African country, a senior government official said on Wednesday.
The Nigerian government suspended Twitter on June 4 after it eliminated a post from President Muhammadu Buhari that took steps to rebuff provincial secessionists. Telecoms organizations in this way obstructed admittance to clients in Nigeria. understand more
Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi, chief general of the National Information Technology Development Agency said in an explanation that Buhari had given endorsement to lift the suspension.
"Twitter has consented to act with an aware affirmation of Nigerian laws and the public culture and history on which such regulation has been built...," Abdullahi's articulation said.
The organization would work with latest trends in technology central government and the more extensive industry "to foster a Code of Conduct in accordance with worldwide prescribed procedures, appropriate in practically completely created nations," it said.
"Along these lines, the (national government) lifts the suspension of the Twitter tasks in Nigeria from 12 PM of thirteenth January 2022."