Mr Paul Okoye (Rudeboy) of the defunct Psquare Group has in a tweet chided the federal government over attaching importance to the president’s deleted tweet.
The singer found it unnecessary for government personnels to express worries over a deleted tweet which threatened civil war against the southeast citizen by the president.
This is coming after Lai Mohammed who’s the current Minister of Information and Culture commented about Twitter deletion of the president genocidal tweet. Lai Mohammed in a video provided by Channels TV stressed that Twitter’s mission in Nigeria is suspicious.
In the one-minute clip, Lai Mohammed expressed dissatisfaction against Twitter lopsided action as he outlined scenarios like the suspension of Trump’s account over the violence in capitol. He stressed that Twitter had regarded the activities of ENDSARS protesters has a normal exercise of human right and have sanctioned same in U.S by suspending Donald Trump’s account.
Twitter’s Mission In Nigeria Is Suspicious, Says Lai Mohammed pic.twitter.com/6hbAKsnjVM
— Channels Television (@channelstv) June 2, 2021
Rudeboy have found this statement among others unnecessary considering that large scale insecurity that have claimed citizens lives across the country.
Rudeboy tweet reads “People are dying in the southeast and all part of the country and all you cared about is a deleted tweet? Shameless governments”
Rudeboy’s tweet sparked mixed reactions among Twitter users. Most people supported his stance on the matter while few stood with government. Below is summary of their reactions.