Tariff’s request was requested by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the Twitter support department through its official account on the microblogging site.
“Dear @TwitterSupport, as much as we love our bilateral relationship and alphabetical rapprochement with Nigeria, we would appreciate it if we could be identified as Norway,” the Norwegian Foreign Ministry tweeted along with an emoji.
Expensive @TwitterSupportalthough we enjoy our excellent bilateral relationship and closeness to Nigeria alphabetically, we would really appreciate it if you would call us Norway????
— Norwegian Foreign Ministry (@NorwayMFA) December 13, 2022
And in the official documented report of the Norwegian Foreign Ministry, it was identified as a government organization belonging to the state of Nigeria. The names of the prime minister and the minister of foreign affairs were also incorrectly named.
In English, the letters Norway are completely different from the letters Nigeria, and they only match in the first letter “H”.
It appears that for several hours the technical team on the microblogging site has been working to fix the bug, as the account of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs began to be mentioned as a Norwegian government agency, but did not respond to the tweet.
The story was heavily tweeted and republished thousands of times and enjoyed by tens of thousands of tweeters.
Twitter has run into a number of technical issues since it was acquired by controversial American billionaire Elon Musk two months ago, such as verifying blue-tick accounts.
While the social media giant Twitter has been undergoing major changes since its purchase by Elon Musk, The platform recently announced the dissolution of the Council of Trust and Security. his own.
In an email sent Monday evening to council members and received by US media, Twitter announced the new decision.
Critics saw the move as yet another example of Musk’s abandonment of efforts to make the social network a more civilized and safer place, according to the Washington Post.