All Kenyans with verified Twitter accounts will soon be paying a monthly fee for their verification badges on. The US Billionaire Elon Musk, redirected his team to launch the subscription by 7th November.
The verification badges are used as the by the company to confirm that an account is the authentic presence of the public figure, celebrity or a brand. Twitter company also announced that everyone with already a verified account will have just 90 days to subscribe or lose the verification badge.
“I have been paying 3usd for my twitter blue. So 20usd for twitter verification with proper control on thee other things shouldn’t be a bad thing,” Kileleshwa MCA Robert Alai said.
“Getting verification on other platforms such as Facebook and Instagram is particularly easy, but getting Twitter verification, I see people with blue ticks on Twitter act like they are the president and now is only going to cost us 2500 to join, here we come,” Kamene Goro said.
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