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Users Complain Of Reduced Followers As Twitter Suspends Multiple Accounts

On November 26th, Twitter said it will delete inactive accounts.

The accounts which have stayed for more than 6 months without being logged in are the first to go by December 11th, 2019.

“As part of our commitment to serve the public conversation, we’re working to clean up inactive accounts to present more accurate, credible information people can trust across Twitter. Part of this effort is encouraging people to actively log-in and use Twitter when they register an account, as stated in our inactive accounts policy,” a spokesperson told The Verge by email. “We have begun proactive outreach to many accounts who have not logged into Twitter in over six months to inform them that their accounts may be permanently removed due to prolonged inactivity.”

It seem that the purge has started early, as today, many Kenyan and other influencers are complaining of reduced follower numbers. In fact South Africa’s top influencer Daniel Marven has been suspended.

Take a look:



To continue using Twitter, you’ll need to agree to the current Terms, Privacy Policy, and Cookie Use. This not only lets you make the best decisions about the information that you share with us, it also allows you to keep using your Twitter account. But first, you need to log in and follow the on-screen prompts before Dec. 11, 2019, otherwise your account will be removed from Twitter.


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