The American newspaper The New York Times reported that American businessman Elon Musk fired a number of top managers of Twitter, which manages one of the largest social networks in the world.
Among those fired were Chief Executive Officer Parag Agrawal, Chief Financial Officer Ned Segal, Chief Legal and Corporate Policy Officer Vijaya Jade and General Counsel Sean Edget.
In this regard, Twitter users are concerned about Musk’s plans to restart Trump’s account, writes the Wall Street Journal, since the page of the former US president was frozen indefinitely after his supporters stormed the Capitol.
Trump’s alleged announcement that he would gain access to the account on Monday has already been circulated on social media but turned out to be fake.
Yesterday media reported that American businessman Elon Musk took over Twitter after acquiring it in a massive deal valued at $44 billion.