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Twitter gives reasons for deleting Buhari’s ‘cvil war tweet’

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Twitter has deleted a tweet made by President Muhammadu Buhari threatening to deal with ‘people’ who didn’t learn from the Civil War.

The President, on Tuesday evening, tweeted the following;

“Many of those misbehaving today are too young to be aware of the destruction and loss of lives that occurred during the Nigerian Civil War. Those of us in the fields for 30 months, who went through the war, will treat them in the language they understand,”.

The tweet struck a nerve with a section of Nigerians who believe it was a subtle jibe at the Igbo Tribe. Many condemned the tone of the message which referenced the 1967 civil war. Popular news website, Peoples Gazzette, revealed that Twitter had to delete the tweet after several users reported the President’s Twitter account.

The President subtly boasted about the role he played alongside other Nigerian military officers in the Nigerian Civil War of 1966-70, during which over three million Igbo civilians were killed, many of them rounded up and shot at close range or starved to death.

As at the time of filing this report, a check on the president’s official account reveals that the Tweet has been removed.

Twitter explained the move by stating that the tweet violated its rules.

“When we determine that a Tweet violated the Twitter Rules, we require the violator to remove it before they can Tweet again. We send an email notification to the violator identifying the Tweet(s) in violation and which policies have been violated.”

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Senior Advocate of Nigeria swears by his father’s grave, says country will collapse in 6 months

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A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Robert Clarke, SAN, has warned that Nigeria may not survive the next six months.

Speaking on Channels Television’s Sunday , the senior lawyer said, “Many things are happening and I swear by my father’s grave, if care is not taken Nigeria will collapse in six months time.”

Clark lamented the spate of insecurity in Nigeria while reacting to the recent warning issued by the Department of State Services, DSS, to come after elements causing disunity in the country.

He said, “You see, the problem with Nigeria is that those who should know don’t want to know and they do not know.

“The security session is talking and talking and talking. What are they doing? The security in this country is so bad today that I, Robert Clark, I cannot quarantee Nigeria staying another six months.

“The problems are overwhelming and have been created by these same politicians since 1999 constitution came into being and this crop of politicians who were swimming in Abacha’s loot and trying to form as many political parties as possible for him (Abacha) got into money and came into politics, Nigeria has never been the same.

“Nigeria is worse than it was in 1982. What is the cause? The cause is the leadership we have.”

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