The FG is interested in controlling social media, according to 2baba.
The Nigerian composer and musician, who is considered one of the founding fathers of the Nigerian music industry, has heightened the attention of the Nigerian government in social media regulation.
After Lai Mohammed expressed his concern that social media would undermine their ability to rule, the federal government of Nigeria declared its interest in controlling social media.
Numerous young people continued their actions—which the authorities described as disdainful—unfazed.
However, the Nigerian musician and songwriter broke his silence and expressed his sentiments in light of the purported social media regulation.
His rhetoric was driven by ignorance and a fear of the truth. In addition, he advised men to avoid talking to one another and listening to their gibberish.