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Hey PH fam 👋

Recently, Nigeria banned Twitter ‘indefinitely’ and Koo didn’t lose this opportunity to make an entry into the Nigerian market. This is within an year since Koo made headlines in India.

Koo’s download numbers are astonishing! It has forced other social media players to focus more on the regional languages. It has been successful in on-boarding a number of influential figures in India, and is looking forward to expand its base in other countries, emerging as a formidable Twitter competitor.

While there is a long way to go, I expect some interesting things in the near future 😉

Would love to know your thoughts on the emerging social-media-scape 😊


– Aditya

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Hey PH fam 👋

Recently, Nigeria banned Twitter ‘indefinitely’ and Koo didn’t lose this opportunity to make an entry into the Nigerian market. This is within an year since Koo made headlines in India.

Koo’s download numbers are astonishing! It has forced other social media players to focus more on the regional languages. It has been successful in on-boarding a number of influential figures in India, and is looking forward to expand its base in other countries, emerging as a formidable Twitter competitor.

While there is a long way to go, I expect some interesting things in the near future 😉

Would love to know your thoughts on the emerging social-media-scape 😊


– Aditya

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