Sultan of Sokoto, Sa’ad Abubakar lll has advised the Federal Government to regulate the use of social media in the country.

The monarch, however, stated that he is against placing a total ban on social media.

 

He asked the government to take a cue from countries that have successfully regulated it.

 

He spoke on Wednesday at the special summit on security in Abuja.

 

“As lawmakers, what do you do about social media? I’m not saying ban social media but regulate it,” he said.

 

“We’ve seen it happen all over the world. Why can’t Nigeria borrow from that? It’s important for us and I hope this seminar will discuss some of these issues and when you’re ready with your decision, call some of us back, like the national council of traditional rulers. We will sit together once more.”

282 thoughts on “Don’t Ban Social Media, Regulate It – Sultan Of Sokoto Tells FG”
  1. Arise, O compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey to serve our fatherland with love and strength and faith the labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain to serve with heart and might one nation bound in freedom peace and unity…O God of creation, direct our noble cause guide thou our leaders right help our youth the truth to know in love and honestly to grow and

  2. Wait o, is the Federal Government making an attempt to Ban social media before?
    Omg i will lose all my important stuffs o. Please they should not ban it.

  3. Who could wake up and think of banning social media, do you want development in the country or to remain in the acient days. All you should think of is how to regulate it and not to ban it.

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