Koo app in Nigeria | Twitter banned in Nigeria, adopted Indian Koo app, Twitter banned in Nigeria, adopted Indian Koo app
Ku App in Nigeria
- Twitter deleted some tweets of Nigerian President Muhammad Buhari
- That’s why Nigeria has banned Twitter from the past.
- Indian government is also angry about the attitude of Twitter
Nigeria has recently banned the popular microblogging platform Twitter, after which the Indian platform Ku has been launched here. The Ku app is an indigenous alternative to Twitter in India and comes with support for multiple local languages. During the tussle between Twitter and the Indian government, the Ku app was mentioned several times and is being promoted. The ban on Twitter in Nigeria is an opportunity for the Ku app.
That’s why Twitter is banned in Nigeria
Twitter deleted some tweets made by Nigerian President Muhammad Buhari, saying they violated the rules. After this, Nigeria has banned the microblogging site. Ku has seen it as an opportunity for itself and has started its services in Nigeria. Ku App Co-founder and CEO Aparameya Radhakrishna has officially announced the launch of the platform in Nigeria has given.
Ku App Features
The interface of the Ku app and almost all the features found in it are similar to Twitter. However, the focus of this app is on giving users a microblogging experience in local languages. Like Twitter, people can be followed and ‘ku’ is liked and ‘riku’. This app came into the limelight after winning the Self-Reliant App Innovation Challenge.
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