Ever since Musk is on the driving wheel of Twitter, there have been numerous reforms and updates taking place including massive layoffs, the subsequent addition, and removal of certain features, and open beta-like testing on the platform.
In the most recent development of events, Norway's foreign ministry on Tuesday reached out to Twitter with a complaint of being labelled as an organisation representing Nigeria, which is observed as an apparent mix-up of vital facts.
Adding to this factual deviation, the Twitter account of the Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store was tagged as representing Nigeria, as was that of Foreign Minister Anniken Huitfeldt.
In a tweet, the Norwegian foreign ministry informed, "Dear @TwitterSupport, as much as we enjoy our excellent bilateral relations and close alphabetical vicinity with Nigeria, we would much appreciate if you could label us as Norway." You might be aware of the rules that for the unversed, Twitter uses labels and small flag icons on selected accounts to signal departments and people associated with governments.