“Welcome to the official twitter page for Fola Adeola. The next Vice President of our country Nigeria”.
Those were the words that heralded what appears to be the official twitter account of Fola Adeola, the Vice President aspirant under the ACN party of the 2011 Nigerian elections.
In case you don’t know, Fola Adeola is the Founder and Chairman of GTBank, one of Nigeria’s leading banks. He is also the Chairman of Main One Cable company and Founder/Chairman of FATE Foundation.
234Next described Mr. Adeola as a banker, businessman and politician, in a recent article.
Though it is not certain whether Fola Adeola himself created the account or if he’s the one managing the twitter account.
Some notable twitter accounts that @folaadeolavp currently follows are @NuhuRibadu, his party’s Presidential aspirant, @fatefoundation, his organisation, @theivd, a subsidiary of FATE Foundation, @tundefashola, Governor of Lagos State, an ACN party member, @acnlagos and @acnigeria, his party’s twitter accounts.
It’ll be interesting to see how he’ll be using Twitter and social media to drive his campaign bid.
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