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Tinubu’s Minister Replies Twitter User Who Said He Is Overrated

Minister of Communications, Innovation and Digital Economy, Dr. ‘Bosun Tijani, has replied an X (formerly Twitter) user, Tahir Abubakar M, who criticised him on Saturday.…

Minister of Communications, Innovation and Digital Economy, Dr. ‘Bosun Tijani, has replied an X (formerly Twitter) user, Tahir Abubakar M, who criticised him on Saturday.

The user with the handle @mni_JJ wrote on X that the Communications Minister was overrated.

“Bosun Tijjani was overrated,” the user posted.

It was not clear what @mni_JJ had in mind before registering his criticism against Tijani, but the latter kept his calm by sending wishes to him, his family and friends.

Tijani via his handle @bosuntijani wrote, “May the season bring you, your family, friends and Sheikh good tidings!”

Meanwhile, some X users stood by the minister by berating Tahir Abubakar M for his “insensitive post”.

Recently, Tijani said Nigeria does not need to neglect improvement in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) industry and other sectors until the power sector is fixed, as both industries can be grown side by side.

Nigerians reacted to the government’s announcement that a National Artificial Intelligence Strategy Workshop which will be held in Abuja will be taking place from April 15th to 18th 2024.

Reacting to this, during an interview on Friday with Arise News, the minister said, “There is no good thinking person that will suggest that it is impossible for you to prioritize Artificial Intelligence, for you to prioritise media, for you to prioritise education until you fix power. I don’t think that’s done anywhere in the world.”

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