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If First Lady Aisha Buhari is so Keen to Follow China’s Example, Then Why Not Go All the Way, Suggests Nigeria’s Twitterverse

First Lady’s Aisha Buhari’s endorsement of the controversial social media and her comparison with internet control in China provoked a passionate response on Twitter. Accountant Obinna Nwosu’s tweet suggesting other ways Nigeria can follow China’s example received more than 1,500 likes and hundreds of retweets.

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