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“Get Ready For Facebook, Instagram Ban Too,” Basketmouth Tells Nigerians

Ace stand-up comedian and actor, Bright Okpocha, better known as Basketmouth, has told Nigerians to prepare for the suspension of Facebook, Instagram and other social media platforms in the country.

This is in the wake of the indefinite suspension of Twitter in the country.

According to the popular entertainer, the Nigerian government is really after controlling all social media activities in the country.

He also said that this is why they always give hints to the people before they make a policy.

Basketmouth added that the government’s reasons for banning Twitter has been explained as preventing criminal activities.

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