Twitter Ban : Respect Nigerians’ Freedom Of Expression Sweden Tells FG

The Embassy of Sweden in Abuja has reacted to the Twitter ban by the Nigerian government. The reaction came on Friday night through the embassy’s Twitter account.

“Nigerians have a constitutional right to exercise their freedom of expression and a right of information. This must be respected. Safeguarding free, independent media and civic spaces for democratic voices is an important part of Sweden’s drive for democracy,” the Swedish Embassy stated.

The Twitter ban was announced on Friday afternoon through the official Twitter handle of the Ministry of Information and Culture.

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