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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Steps Down.....

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced on Monday November 29,2021 that he Is stepping down as head of the social media platform he co-founded in 2006.









Dorsey will however remain a member of the board until his term expires at next year’s stockholders’ meeting, the company said.

Dorsey’s exit ends a five-year run atop the social media company, during which time he helped boost its user count and oversaw the implementation of a various new features meant to expand its reach and crack down on issues like abuse and misinformation.


Board member and former Chief Technology Officer, Parag Agrawal, was appointed CEO, effective immediately.

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    1. He is oh, and He is still the CEO of Square, his other company. but that is oyibo for you in general. They can be a board member and hire a CEO to take their company to the next level while they pursue other dreams. Nig leaders will rather die there on a position that is not even theirs, mandate not theirs, a country that is not even theirs, running a democratic dispensation like it is an aristocracy.

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  2. Eya. Bubu is going to be happy that his twitter tormentor has stepped down๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข

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  3. Even if he doesn't work again,he is covered for life.

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  4. Twitter children was telling him to send his CV yesterday ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ no chill on that street

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  5. An Indian man has taken over๐Ÿ˜ถ๐Ÿ˜ถ,we await his performance,fingers crossed๐Ÿคž๐Ÿคž.

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  6. I loved the way he always took anything that had to do with his Nigerian Twitter users so seriously. Especially during the END SARS protest. He stood by the protesters online without compromising. Even when the govt wanted him to do otherwise. He would be greatly missed.

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    1. Nobody in the federal government wanted him to do otherwise. His support was an interference in our sovereignty. Where was he when black lives matter raged in the US, why didn't he say a word when the government of Israel was killing Palestinians, the suppression of Muslims in India, the brutalization of protesters in Russia. I supported Endsars protest , his support was not needed. It gave the impression that foreign elements were sponsoring the protests.

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    2. But Alex, Jack as a human (not as a billionaire) can support whoever he wants or be affiliated with whatever he wants. Perfectly ok for him to be interested in Nigeria affairs and not in Russia or India. Mostly cos Nigerian twitter see him as their own since he follows many Nigerians even BBN stars and retweets our jokes and all. He probably finds Nigerians on twitter funny and relates to that over other countries. I mean who wouldn't, Nigerians are actually funny in all our flaws and suffering..

      But yes as a billionaire his voice pulls weight, which may be good or bad. And besides most foreign celebs even Bey were bullied by Nigerians in social media into supporting End Sars. But they owe us nothing, it's not their fault our government is like this.

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    3. Anon 15.25 ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ

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    4. Well, he mustn't show support to every Country just to get applauses. Maybe he's the type that can't fake things to make you feel good. But he does have a special interest in his Nigerian Twitter community. He loves them and he doesn't hide it. I have seen some African Countries tag him to tweets asking him if Nigeria is the only African Country that uses Twitter because he doesn't show love to the rest. But of course, I believe we all know the reason he loves Nigerians more.

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  7. Twitter also supported Black Lives Matter. It’s Facebook that is more likely to spread “Trump conspiracies or Qanon rumors”. Dorsey was bored and shareholders appointed another person. He still owns a lot of Twitter anyway. It’s like churches here.

    Most of the pastors can be asked to step down or step down voluntarily. Life is too short to be working 16 hours days forever. Indians help each other, tech or not, they are not necessarily better than others but they understand the power of the collective and have a billion population back in India of users. Nigerians do not support ea h other. People of Nigerian descent are many in these companies but the lack of progress in the fatherland affects the way we are perceived hence the passion among some Nigerian Americans to get the US to force Britain and France to stop condoning and encouraging corruption and bad governance in sub Saharan Africa. There is power in helping each other and I applaud Indians for that!

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    1. Well said... there is power in unity and helping each other. Nigerians both at home and in diaspora, on the other hand, would rather compete than support one another - sometimes borne from negative experiences.

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