Nigeria: ‘Shame On Youʼ — Kanu Says, Slam Osinbajo And Facebook

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The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has described Facebook as a corrupt social media platform that suppresses freedom of speech in exchange for money in Nigeria.

Kanu who said this while reacting to the report which said that Vice president Yemi Osinbajo and Facebook VP are planning to discuss Nigeriaʼs digital economy, said in a statement on Friday;

“Corrupt FACEBOOK! So you guys can no longer hide your devilish alliance with the terror sponsoring government of the Zoological Republic? Truth is eternal.

“Since when did Facebook branch into African economics as part if its business model? When we say you people are corrupt we know what we are talking about.

“You have truly exposed your business model in Nigga-eria. Keep on suppressing, keep on stiffling free speech in exchange for corrupt money.

“Facebook is now into the economics of impoverished, corrupt African countries. You are no longer a social media platform but another Davos on social media only this time for animals in a Zoo rather than civilised beings. Shame on you!”

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