According to him, he should be counted out if they go ahead and pass that bill. His comment comes after there were claims that the Southwest leaders are in support of the bill.
Reacting to this in a recent tweet, he said;
“I also clarified the misrepresentation of the position of the Southwest leaders on the so-called social media bill. Contrary to media reports, our position remains that since we already have an extensive Cybercrime Act, 2015 we don’t need any other bills to regulate social media.”