Nigerians Have Constitutional Right To Exercise Freedom Of Expression, Right Of Information’ — Sweden Reacts To Nigeria’s Twitter Suspension

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Embassy of Sweden in Abuja has taken to social media to condemn the indefinite suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria by the Federal Government.

The embassy made its stance known via its official Twitter page, saying;

Nigerians have a constitutional right to exercise their freedom of expression and a right of information. This must be respected. Safeguarding free, independent media and civic spaces for democratic voices is an important part of Sweden’s drive for democracy.

Nigerians have a constitutional right to exercise their freedom of expression and a right to access of information. This must be respected. Safeguarding free, independent media and civic spaces for democratic voices is an important part of Sweden’s #DriveForDemocracy #TwitterBan

— Sweden in Nigeria (@SwedeninNigeria) June 4, 2021

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