A new report says that “Ku” is now also available in Nigeria. The direct link to this is linked to the indefinite ban on Twitter by Nigeria. Today of India Report According to Co, the announcement comes a day after the Nigerian federal government banned Twitter. Cook’s Chief Executive Officer Radhakrishna not only confirmed that the app’s services were not available in Nigeria, but also considered making the app available in the local language of Nigeria. In Nigeria, 500 local languages are spoken, such as Husa, Lagbo and Yoruba.
After Twitter was banned in Nigeria, users became active in the VPN service to use Twitter to bypass the government-imposed ban. Now the option of Ku has also come to the users. However, it is yet to be seen how many users in Nigeria accept this Indian app.
Co App is a microblogging site where users can express their opinions in 400 characters. Twitter has a limit of 250 words. Posts shared on Ku are called Cook, as are Twitter posts. The Ku app has the option to write in Indian language. Apart from these, users can also share their points in audio and video.
If a user does not know how to write Indian language, he can go to English type mode and type Indian language. This app has a unique feature that allows users to share their “bad” directly with their friends on WhatsApp and Facebook. This feature is not available on Twitter. The cup can also be shared on WhatsApp status.