The founder of Nairaland, Seun Osewa has revealed why the platform was down for two hours.
A statement released by Osewa said Nairaland was down for two hours due to a minor miscommunication with their host that was related to copyright infringement.
According to the statement, “It shouldn’t have taken as long as 2 hours to restore Nairaland, but it took a while for us figure out exactly what to do because it hadn’t happened before, and we also had to wait for our host’s support team to restore us fully after taking the necessary steps.”
” We are sorry for this inconvenience.”
“We know that keeping Nairaland working is especially important in this terrifying political climate, and we take it very seriously. Nigerians need a platform that they can use to share their views freely with each other. We believe that Nairaland is that platform.”
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