After banning Twitter, the Nigerian government created an account on the Made in India app Koo

After banning Twitter, the Nigerian government created an account on the Made in India app Koo

National Desk: Indian microblogging platform Ku (koo) reported that the Nigerian government has created an official account on Ku. Social media platform Koo is eyeing its spread in the African nation. The development comes in the backdrop of a standoff between the Nigerian government and Ku's rival Twitter. Last week, the Nigerian government announced an indefinite suspension of the US social media platform in its country. Koo co-founder and CEO Apramaya Radhakrishna said in a post on Koo that the official handle of the Nigerian government is now on Ku!”

Interestingly, he also shared this information on Twitter and said that "Welcome to the official handle of the Government of Nigeria on KuIndia! Now we are spreading wings outside India as well." Last week, Nigeria's government said it was suspending Twitter indefinitely after the company removed a controversial tweet by President Muhammadu Buhari about the separatist movement. It is available in Nigeria and is keen to include new local languages ​​for users in that country.

Radhakrishna said in an interview that there is now an opportunity for microblogging forums in Nigeria... Kuo is looking at incorporating local Nigerian languages ​​into its app. He said that Koo is looking forward to entering the Nigerian market, and will comply with the local laws of each country where it operates. Ku has already said that it has already ensured compliance with India's IT regulations enacted last month and has shared the necessary information sought by the government on the issue. 


Those who do not get corona vaccine will have sim block

Those who do not get corona vaccine will have sim block

Peshawar: In countries like America, where many kinds of temptations are being given to promote the anti-corona vaccination campaign, Pakistan has come down to threats. There has been a threat to block the SIM card in Pakistan for not getting the vaccine. This decision was taken by the Punjab Government of Pakistan on Thursday.

According to media reports, during a meeting chaired by Dr. Yasmin Rashid, Health Minister of Punjab province in Pakistan, it was decided that the SIM cards of those who do not get the vaccine will be blocked. Civil and military officers were present in the meeting. During the meeting, the officials decided that walk-in vaccination will be started for people above 18 years of age from June 12. Let us tell you that by the end of December this year, Pakistan has set a target to vaccinate 70 million people.

The provincial government will set up mobile vaccination camps outside shrines across the province and vaccinate people with cancer and AIDS on a priority basis. The government said that people will be able to attend cinema, restaurants and weddings only after getting the vaccine. The decision comes at a time when the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) announced the opening of walk-in vaccination facility for all citizens above 18 from Friday, June 11.


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