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Now Go And Download Signal, And MATETWIT – Nnamdi Kanu Says As He Set To Quit WhatsApp And Facebook In 4Days (photos)

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu during his LIVE broadcast, Sunday directs all Biafrans to boycott Facebook and Join Signal the New Matewit social Network following the New Facebook/Whatsapp policy.
Recall that whatsapp has a New policy which says: User Data on whatsapp/Facebook would be shared publicly come February.

As reported by Many News outlets, “WhatsApp users must agree to share their personal information with Facebook and its wider empire if they want to continue using the messaging service from next month, according to its terms and conditions.”

American Editor, Mike Butcher reacting to the new WhatsApp policy, wrote: “WhatsApp will share its users’ personal information, including phone numbers, IP addresses, contacts, & more with Facebook from Feb. 8, according to the new T&Cs. No opt-out. The only way to object is to leave the service & move to a service like Signal or Telegram.”

“Some messaging apps to consider other than WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger: Allo, iMessage, Riot, Signal, Skype, Telegram, Threema, Viber, Wickr, Wire”

In Reaction, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu added that Facebook wants to make user information public, such as your phone number, Location, IP address, says its very Dangerous and Insecure, therefore directs all Biafrans/concerned Individuals to Join other social Network.

Kanu added that he would stop using WhatsApp and Facebook orders Biafrans to do so, so they can stay connected to his broadcasts.

In conclusion he said he next brodcast will be on MATETWIT

Written by Izuchukwu E.N

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