Mohammed explained progress in Washington, United States.
The minister said that demands made from Twitter was that it is mandatory for the platform to register in Nigeria as a business, pay tax and ensure that harmful contents are reviewed.
“As recently as last week, we exchange correspondence with Twitter, and when I left home a few days ago, we are expecting a reply from them.
“We are not rigid in our negotiation with Twitter because we know both the pro and cons aspects of social media,’’.
“Twitter operation was suspended because we felt it was a threat to national security, encouraging one ethnic group against the another.
“Twitter raised fund to support EndSARS protesters which led to the shooting and killing of 57 innocent Nigerians, 37 police officers and military men , unaccountable destruction of lives, property and peace.