Politics President Buhari To Deactivate Redundant Social Media Accounts


P

ProfRem

Guest
✅ NEW - get your business listed and your information shared across social media.
The Special Assistant to the President on Digital/New Media, Tolu Ogunlesi, said an audit had commenced on President Muhammadu Buhari’s social media platforms with a view to deactivating the redundant ones.

“We are currently doing an audit on all the Presidency’s social media platforms so that we can streamline the messaging. Redundant platforms will be deactivated,” Ogunlesi, who also revealed a plan to create a YouTube channel, told PUNCH Newspaper via SMS.

This development is coming as the Presidency signed up on a new Facebook page, bringing the number of social media pages associated to President Muhammadu Buhari to six.

List of redundant social media accounts

@AsoRock, - May 31, 2015

@MBuhari - September 6, 2015

@ThisIsBuhari on Instagram suspended before Buhari marked 100 days in office


Also, two Facebook page accounts - abandoned shortly on June 18, 2015 shortly after the President took to his verified Facebook page to mourn Nigerians who lost their lives to terrorism, after which he urged for cooperation to end insurgency.
 

Attachments

  • buhariFacebook1.JPG
    buhariFacebook1.JPG
    68.1 KB · Views: 15
Top