In June last year, President Muhammadu Buhari in a tweet had threatened to punish regional secessionists in the country’s southeast which has been plagued by civil war.
Twitter agreed to open an office in the country as the government moved to lift the ban.
“Twitter has agreed to act with a respectful acknowledgement of Nigerian laws and the national culture and history on which such legislation has been built,” the country’s national technology development agency said.
Twitter will work with the Nigerian government to develop a “code of conduct”. Reports said Twitter was once again accessible in the country.
Nigerian regulators said the social media site had agreed to local regulations which included complying with tax laws.
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