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Twitter layoffs: Ghana team to sue Twitter

By Guardian Exclusive
10 November 2022   |   10:34 am
The mass layoffs announced on Twitter have affected the newly-formed African team of the social media platform based in Ghana. However, Ghanaian lawyers are considering legal action against Twitter for violating Ghanaian labour laws.

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