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“It’s shameful” : Nigerians react to indefinite twitter ban

Twitter users in Nigeria's capital city, Abuja, react to the government's decision to restrict access to the social media platform following Twitter's deletion of a tweet by President Muhammadu Buhari on June 2.

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