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Breaking – Twitter ban comment: FG invites US, UK, EU, Canada Envoys

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Barely 48 hours after criticising the federal government for banning Twitter, the envoys of the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and the European Union in Nigeria have been summoned.

An invitation to Journalists issued on Monday morning by Kimiebi Ebienfa of the Crisis Monitoring and Public Communications Division of the Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, read, “I am directed to inform that following the recent ban on Twitter by the Federal Government and Press Statement issued by some Heads of Diplomatic Missions Accredited to Nigeria on the subject matter, the Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs, His Excellency, Geoffrey Onyeama has invited the affected Ambassadors to a meeting today at 12 noon.

“The venue is Minister’s Conference Room, 8th Floor.

“You are hereby invited to cover the meeting. Thanks for your usual cooperation,” the invite read.

On Saturday, Canada, EU, UK, US, and the Republic of Ireland condemned ban on Twitter in Nigeria.

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