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NEXTLEVEL? Nigeria changes names of NPS, Twitter Handle
The Federal Government on Thursday, announced that it has changed the name of its handle on Twitter.
It announced this on a tweet, noting that the handle now has been changed from @AsoRock to @NigeriaGov
It further clarifies that the handle represents the Federal Government of Nigeria and exists on its behalf, adding the change of name was necessary to reflect the fact .
The tweet read, “NOTIFICATION: Twitter Handle Change | From @AsoRock to @NigeriaGov, to more accurately reflect the fact that this handle represents, and exists on behalf of, the Federal Government of Nigeria.”
Twitter Handle Change | From @AsoRock to @NigeriaGov, to more accurately reflect the fact that this handle represents, and exists on behalf of, the Federal Government of Nigeria.
Thank you for following. pic.twitter.com/c3yIHS2RQ6
— Government of Nigeria (@NigeriaGov) August 15, 2019
Meanwhile, On Wednesday, President Muhammadu Buhari successfully signed the Nigerian Correctional Service Bill into law.
The Act, which was signed by the President. repeals the Nigerian Prisons Service Act.
Mr. Ita Enang, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters (Senate), disclosed this to State House correspondent in Abuja on Wednesday.
Regard to the signing, the Nigerian Prisons Service (NPS) will now be called the Nigerian Correctional Service (NCS)