Jack Dorsey’s brows have been raised when he tweeted the Nigerian flag for the second time, this time for no apparent reason.
Jack Dorsey, the Twitter CEO, whose social media service was banned by the Nigerian government, tweeted the Nigerian flag for the first time at 12 a.m. WAT on June 12, the day Nigeria celebrated Democracy Day.
Then, on June 14, at 12 a.m. WAT, he tweeted the Nigerian flag once more, prompting Nigerians to doubt his motivation.
Following are some of the responses to his today’s tweet about the Nigerian flag.
As he tweets the Nigerian flag again, Jack Dorsey raises his brows.