African messaging app, ayoba, has reiterated its focus on protecting users’ privacy and security.
Concerned about the app’s alleged privacy lapse, users across the world took to social media to air their grievances.
Responding in a statement on Tuesday, ayoba said, “The company has reassured its users that it’s not possible for messages in the app to be read by anyone, or shared to any third parties.
ayoba’s Interim Chief Executive Officer, Richard Cimardi, added, “We have a team of editors who check every post on our content channels before it goes live. This includes our music and entertainment channels. So it’s 100 per cent family-friendly and safe for our younger users.”
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