Foreign Investors that were heading to Nigeria to invest have reportedly made a u-turn after they learnt about President Muhammadu Buhari’s Nigeria suspension of the microblogging and social media platform, Twitter.
Ex-aide to the former president Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri made this revelation in a statement released via his official Twitter page.
Recall that Twitter on Wednesday pulled down President Buhari’s tweet after they found it violated its rules and policies.
This has, however, led to the president’s suspension of the social media platform from operating in Nigeria and it has drawn several reactions from people of the country.
Reno Omokri after making his findings revealed that all the foreign investors that wanted to invest in Nigeria have declined their decision to invest in the country following their knowledge of Buhari’s suspension of one of the top social media, Twitter in his country.
See His Tweet Below:
All the foreign investors that were still heading to @MBuhari’s Nigeria to invest just made a U-Turn after hearing of Nigeria’s suspension of @Twitter. Joblessness, crime, insecurity will increase #TwitterSuspendBuharisAccount#FacebookSuspendBuharisAccount#TableShaker
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) June 4, 2021