Senegal govt bans popular social media platform
The Senegal Minister of Communication, Telecommunications and the Digital Economy has today informee the public that it has been found that the TikTok application is the preferred social network by people with bad intentions to spread hateful and counterproductive messages threatening the stability of the country.
As a result, the TikTok social network is suspended in Senegal until further notice.
Telephone operators are required to comply with notified requisitions.
It's important to note that there have been a lot of teeming opposition groups in the country since the coup that occurred last year.
Meanwhile, Tiktok management is yet to react to the development.
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