New Delhi. The Nigerian government has indefinitely banned the micro-blogging platform Twitter. At the same time, KOO said on Saturday that now the Indian micro blogging platform is also available in Nigeria. Simultaneously, Koo said that he is keen to add new local languages for users in Nigeria.
Ku K Co Founder and CEO Apramaya Radhakrishna tweeted that the platform is now available in Nigeria. He said that we are considering adding local languages there.
— Aprameya R (@aprameya) June 5, 2021
Radhakrishna told PTI, “Now there is an opportunity for us in Nigeria. Kuo intends to add local Nigerian languages to the app.” He said that our platform is ready to expand into the Nigerian market. He said that Ku will fully comply with local laws in the countries it operates.Apramaya Radhakrishna and Mayank Bidawat started KOO
Let us tell you that Apramayya Radhakrishna and Mayank Bidawat started Ku last year to give users an opportunity to express themselves and connect with the platform in Indian languages. It is available in several languages including Hindi, Telugu and Bengali.
PM Modi has also discussed the Ku app
Ku had won the Self-Reliant App Innovation Challenge held in August of the year 2020. Then Prime Minister Narendra Modi encouraged the countrymen to use the Ku app in the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program. That’s when this app also came in the discussion.