The choice of Africa headquarters of Twitter in Ghana over Nigeria and other countries in Africa has generated lots of criticisms against the Nigerian Government.
Nigerians have begun to blame the government for its unfavourable policies, inability to resolve the insecurity issues and other pestering issues in the country.
Nigerians speak on the employment opportunities that would have been available to many skilled youths in the country if the firm had established its first office in the nation.
NIGERIANS REACTIONS TO TWITTER IN GHANA
@DrOlufunmilayo said on his Twitter handle, “this is a country where the official govt policy is to kill businesses, wreck innovation and massacre young people. Then you wonder why investors will rather run to another country. Everything starts and ends with leadership. When you have foolish leaders, the country suffer.”
@Posh_k said “Well.. I don’t blame Jack for choosing to build Twitter HQ for Africa in Ghana. Its clearly due to our government policies and how the government oppresses the youths and freedom of speech! Congratulations to Ghana, this would bring more jobs to them
@NgEbenezer tweeted “Because in Nigeria, all the staffs can be kidnapped including the buildings. Can you remind me ? Which other company is leaving Nigera after shoprites”
@GWMayowa said “If police should by chance see them with twitter laptop, they will label them ” yahoo boiz”
“We lack leaders who will attract investors. We are still printing money to share. Looking 4 where cows will eat. Deliberating on a bill to oppress social media users. Still running around 4 sim card linkage… Our president sits pretty in Aso Rock, doesn’t care 2attract investors,” @AbdulKadiirrr tweeted.