Panic as WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook goes down worldwide

Panic as WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook goes down worldwide

A month after Facebook, which has over 2 billion users, suffered its longest outage ever on March 13 precisely, when some users around the world were

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A month after Facebook, which has over 2 billion users, suffered its longest outage ever on March 13 precisely, when some users around the world were unable to access the companies platforms for about 24 hours, the app is once again don, alongside, Whatsapp and Instagram.

Many users around the world can’t access all three apps, all owned and operated by Facebook. In Nigeria, the Facebook glitch happened after noon, with efforts to open the page unsuccessful. It was the same experience with Instagram. WhatsApp connection issue started at 13.26 Nigerian time. The platform could open, but messages were not streaming in as usual.

Facebook Inc, which owns all the three platforms, has yet to comment on the issue. Down Detector, a website that tracks when online services suffering from outages, reported that all three apps began having issues at approximately the same time.