According to the AFP, Snapchat has permanently deleted Trump’s account.
The Prime Minister replaced the old Twitter banner with the one in which he is being vaccinated against COVID-19.
According to her, the photo shows what the stress from being the governor of a state has done to her husband’s hair despite being same age with her.
The social media giant had initially temporarily suspended Trump’s account following his instigation of a mob that stormed Capitol Hill to disrupt Congress’s ratification of the election of Joe Biden as the US president effective January 20, 2021
Both social media giants suspended the accounts on Wednesday after Trump posted messages encouraging his supporters to storm Capitol Hill, where lawmakers were meeting to validate the election of Joe Biden as the president of the US
This followed a temporary suspension of the account by Twitter, a decision taken to ensure the safety of the account owner, NCC, and its thousands of followers.
“At least I’m going to heaven,’’ model Natalia Garibotto quipped on Twitter, posting a video showing the Instagram like from the “franciscus” account.
Twitter’s Head of Legal, Policy and Trust, Vijaya Gadde, and its Head of Product, Kayvon Beykpour, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday evening.
The announcement was made, ironically on Twitter, by Deputy Transport and Infrastructure Minister Omer Sayan on Wednesday.
This is coming after Dorsey endorsed the movement against police brutality and other unlawful crimes in Nigeria.
The NCDC made this known on its official Twitter handle on Tuesday.
The NCDC disclosed this on its official Twitter handle on Friday
The video went viral in the early hours of Monday
The NCDC, which made this known on its official Twitter handle on Thursday, added that only one death was recorded in the country.
The NCDC made this known on its official Twitter handle on Friday, adding that four deaths were also recorded.
The NCDC confirmed this through its official Twitter handle on Thursday.
The actress revealed this on her verified Twitter handle.
In a highly online fraudulent technique known as: “Catfish,” an internet fraudster assumes false accounts on social networking sites for the sake of growing followers and developing online relationships with strangers.
The company made this known in its newly released 2020 Twiplomacy Study.
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control announced this on its official Twitter handle late on Wednesday.