Canada Reacts To Twitter Ban By Nigeria Government

“Freedom of speech, used responsibly online and off line, and access to reliable information are fundamental human rights protected by #Nigeria’s constitution and a cornerstone of democratic life around the world” @NicolasJSimard. (1/2)
“#TwitterBan These #HumanRights should be fully protected, while preventing inflammatory rhetoric and hate speech that could fuel tension and conflict. (2/2) #TwitterBan #Nigeria” – @NicolasJSimard

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