Nigerian government cannot blame Nigerians for Twitter’s Ghana decision

Recently, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey announced the decision to establish Twitter’s Africa’s head office in Ghana. In his announcement on Twitter, he said his new team members would be working remotely under its work-from-home policies. At the same time, the company explores “the opportunity to open an office in Ghana in the future.”

In reaction, Nigeria’s minister of information, Lai Mohammed, blamed Nigerians’ internet activities and last year’s #EndSARS protests for Twitter’s decision. According to him, Nigerians are de-marketing the country, and their unpatriotism led to Twitter’s decision. But the pertinent question is: How did social response lead to Twitter’s executive decision and not the economic and business reality in the country?

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