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Telecoms operators received orders to suspend TwitterALTON

Published by The Nation on Sat, 05 Jun 2021


The Association of Licensed Telecommunication Operators of Nigeria (ALTON), an industry group, says it had received directives from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), the industry regulator, to suspend access to Twitter.The President of ALTON, Mr Gbenga Adebayo made this known in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos, on Saturday.NAN recalled that the action may not be unconnected with Fridays indefinite suspension of Twitters operations, two days after the social media giant deleted a tweet from President Buharis account.Adebayo noted that the association wished to confirm that its members had received formal instructions from NCC, the industry regulator, to suspend access to Twitter.ALTON has also conducted a robust assessment of the request in accordance with internationally accepted principles.Read Also:Twitter pushes back on Fed Govt banBased on national interest provisions in the Nigerian Communications Act, 2003, and within the licence terms under which the industry operates; our members have acted in compliance with the directives of NCC.We will continue to engage all relevant authorities and stakeholders and will act as may be further directed by the NCC,Adebayo said.He said the association remained committed to supporting the government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and upholding the rights of citizens.As an industry, ALTON endorsed the position of the United Nations that the rights held by people offline must also be protected online, Adebayos statement said.He noted that this included respecting and protecting the rights of all people to communicate, to share information freely and responsibly, and to enjoy privacy and security regarding their data and their use of digital communications.
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