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Social media regulation shows Nigerian leaders are irresponsible -Tuface – Daily Post Nigeria

Music legend, Tuface Idibia has described the plans by Nigerian authorities to manage social media as irresponsible.

DAILY POST remembers that the minister of knowledge, Lai Mohammed on Saturday stated the Buhari-led authorities had no intention of shutting down social media.

In keeping with the minister, the federal government has regards for freedom of speech and subsequently plans to solely regulate social media with a view to cease sending pretend information and selling hate speech.

In keeping with him, a accountable authorities wouldn’t discuss regulating social media at a time the place the youths are demanding an finish to dangerous governance, amongst others.

Reacting, Tuface urged the leaders to do the needful first earlier than regulating social media.

On his Twitter web page, he wrote: “It’s the irresponsibility of Nigeria’s successive governments, political elites, company greed and thievery that made social media enter Nigeria with out regulation within the first place.

“All this discuss in opposition to it now stinks of desperation from irresponsible leaders.Do the needful 1st!

“’If to say them be accountable governments no be now them for dey discuss this one.’ It exhibits how irresponsible all of them have been

“Every part I discuss na PDP and APC be part of o. Don’t get it twisted. They’re the identical.”

Tuface, nonetheless, added that every part is anticipated to be regulated with a view to keep legislation and order within the nation however not within the course the federal government was planning.

“Every part is meant to be regulated. There have to be legislation and order, however no be this one wey dem dey discuss. This their very own na fowl nyash wey open dem wan cowl,” his tweet added.

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