Nigerian social media in-laws have roared out loud to service providers that they will use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to access Twitter following the suspension of its services in the country by the government.
Lai Mohammed, the Minister of Information and Culture announced the suspension of Twitter in Nigeria on Friday…
One of the benefits of using a VPN is that it changes your IP address. This implies that with a new IP address — which can be that of any country of your choice – you can use Twitter as if you’re in your selected country without restriction.
To do this, all that is needed is to change the location of the VPN to any country of your choice and connect to that country’s VPN.
Therefore with this directive, implies that Nigerians cannot access Twitter with the regular internet service. Additionally, forcing most of them to start downloading and using the VPN to access the social network.
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