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Why Nigeria sued Meta platforms for N30 Billion

By Guardian Exclusive
26 October 2022   |   1:38 pm
Digital Marketing expert, Bukola Akingbade speaks on why the Nigerian government, through the Advertising Regulatory Council of Nigeria (ARCON) sued Meta Platforms Incorporated (owners of Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp platforms) and its agent AT3 Resources Limited at the Federal High Court, Abuja Judicial Division demanding over N30billion for alleged breach of advertisement regulations.

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