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June 12: #BuhariMustGo bags top spot in global trends despite twitter ban


Despite ban by the Nigerian government, the social media space on the microblogging platform, Twitter has been bombarded by Nigerians demanding true democracy and the immediate resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Checks on Saturday revealed that hashtags BuhariMustGo; June12Protest; DemocracyDay; EnoughIsEnough; KeepItOn were trending on Twitter.

In the United States of America, June12Protest, BuhariMustGo, Biafra, Tinubu, Keep it On – were topping the trending chart on the foreign cyberspace with about 66,000 and 18, 000 tweets.

However, in the United Kingdom, June12Protest; EnoughIsEnough; etc topped the topics of discussion.

In Afghanistan alone, the hashtag June12protest has over 1.87 million tweets as of the time of filing this report, followed by KeepItOn with over 844,000 tweets and hashtag Nigeria with 435,000 tweets.

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In Argentina, BuhariMustGo topped the trends and in other countries checked by this medium.

Recall these hashtags have been trending for the past 48 hours in the world exposing Nigeria’s challenges to the world.

This is coming despite ban on microblogging platform, Twitter.

The Nigerian government had suspended operations of the micro-blogging site last week, after it took down a tweet from President Muhammadu Buhari.

The platform explained that the post violated its “abusive behaviour” rules.

However, the Buhari government insisted Twitter was suspended, because it was often used for activities that threaten the “corporate existence” of the country.

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VAM News reports that there is a nationwide protest to decry the deteriorating economy, security challenges ravaging the country particularly the incessant abduction.

There was a protest in Osun, Oyo, Lagos, Abuja and Ondo.

Also in Abuja, some of the protesters who stormed the Gudu Junction in the FCT, clashed with security operatives.

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