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Twitter on Monday confirmed it is selling the platform to billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk in a deal valued at $44 billion. The sale was a dramatic shift for the board, which had originally maneuvered to block Musk from taking the social media network private. “Free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the digital town square where matters vital to the future of humanity are debated,” Musk said in a joint...

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The board of Twitter has agreed to a $44bn takeover offer from the billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, the company announced on Monday. Musk, who made the shock bid less than two weeks ago, said Twitter had “tremendous potential” that he would unlock. Mr. Musk’s offer came after frequent complaints about claims of content censorship and lack of free speech on the site. “Free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the...

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Okoro was so proud of how diverse his wife, Jane, was, in that she could converse with people from different cultural backgrounds and fields of career. The night had fallen and they were in bed about to have some pre-sleep romantic moment. Okoro looked Jane in the eye and said with a well of desire; “Honey, I love your electric personality.” Jane blinked and replied; “I appreciate your mention of my personality as eclectic.” In...

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Mark Zuckerberg, Metaverse CEO, has announced that there would be additional features added to the popular instant messaging platform, WhatsApp. Zuckerberg made the announcement in a lengthy Facebook post on Thursday. According to the Meta boss, one of the new features, WhatsApp Communities, will enable users to not only communicate with close friends and contacts, but also with all of the different communities in their life. The community, which will help in the management of...

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Nigerians have taken to the microblogging site, Twitter to share their awful experiences with horrible employers. On Monday, TechCabal published an investigative report titled: Tyranny in the workplace: The chaotic culture of Bento Africa which was an exposé of how the CEO of a tech start-up, Bento Africa, Ebun Okubanjo terribly treats his employees. The publication stirred up an explosive conversation on Twitter about toxic workplaces in Nigeria with the hashtag #horriblebosses in which there were mentions of numerous companies. So...

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Nigerians scooping groundnut oil from a tanker that fell few meters away from the Lagos State University, LASU/ISHERI ROAD. The groundnut oil-filled tanker broke down and fell in a bit to make a U-turn along the Lasu/Isheri expressway. Without any form of hesitation, some populace, some of which are retailers of groundnut oil, rushed to the scene with their gallons and buckets to scoop as much as their barrels could carry.

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LAGOS — Social media platform, Twitter has released automatic GOAT emoji additions for the hashtags of select icons in the sports and entertainment industry. The microblogging app introduced it on Wednesday, February 23, 2022, and a number of celebrities get to have this associated with them. GOAT, an acronym of “Greatest Of All Time” which is commonly used in sports when referring to players who are widely considered the most talented, praises not just exceptional...

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ABUJA  — Following the lifting of the ban on Twitter by the federal government after seven months of suspension, Information Communication Technology experts have reacted to the development and described the move as commendable. They however, advised on the need to use the social media platforms responsibly. Ikechukwu Nnamani, President Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), who said telecommunications operators have been clamouring for the ban to be lifted, noted that it will improve...

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ABUJA — In the wake of removal of the suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria, citizens have come online to celebrate the end of an era of using “Virtual Private Network” (VPN) to access Twitter. They also pointed out that the lifting of the suspension was necessary since the platform would be important in promoting the country’s activities in the build-up to the upcoming general elections in 2023. Ejiro Amoh, a graduate of Computer Science...

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ABUJA — To halt the spread of fake news, government to ensure that information is easily accessible to the public, says former president Goodluck Jonathan. Speaking at the 10th anniversary of the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act awards night in Abuja on Friday, Jonathan urged the authorities to provide to make provide adequate information for the public. Represented by Ann Iyonu, the executive director of Goodluck Jonathan Foundation, the former president said citizens will not...

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