Twitter Ban: Nigerian Singer Wizkid Reacts, Asks if That’s the Way Things Will Be in UAR

Twitter Ban: Nigerian Singer Wizkid Reacts, Asks if That’s the Way Things Will Be in UAR

- Grammy winning Nigerian singer, Wizkid Ayo Balogun, has also reacted to the Twitter ban in the country on his social media page

- Taking to his Instagram story, the Made in Lagos star asked if that’s how things would now operate in UAR

- His post went viral on social media with numerous fans sharing their opinions about the situation in the comment section

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Popular Nigerian music star, Wizkid, has also joined others to comment on the Twitter ban implemented by the federal government in the country.

The singer took to his Instagram story to share his thoughts about the issue in just a few words.

The Made in Lagos crooner wondered if that was how things would now be in the UAR (United African Republic).

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He wrote:

“UAR…na so the ting go dey sup?”

See a screenshot of his post below:

Twitter Ban: Nigerian Singer Wizkid Reacts, Asks if That’s the Way Things Will Be in UAR
Wizkid asks if things will be like this in UAR. Photo: @wizkidayo
Source: Instagram

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The music star’s post went viral on different social platforms and Nigerians reacted to it. Many internet users lamented that people in the country were gradually losing their freedom of speech.

Read what some of them had to say below:


"We are gradually loosing our freedom of speech! and I am fuking scared of what's to come. I dont know what we gotta do but its definitely not to laugh it off. This is bad...this is really bad.."


"This country is a mess."

Nawa o.

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Davido took to his Twitter page to lament the development. He shared posts where he complained about the situation of things in the country.

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In one of his posts, he simply tweeted ‘Nigeria’ followed by a mind blown emoji. In another post, the singer posted that Nigeria was once a country.

However, Davido then took to his Instagram story to complain about not being able to use the Twitter app anymore. According to him, the application stopped working on his end after he posted those tweets.

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