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ADDIS ABABA, Aug 23 - Ethiopia has begundeveloping its own social media platform to rival Facebook, Twitter and Whatsapp, though it does not planto block the global services, the state communications securityagency said on Monday.
Ethiopia has been engulfed since last year in an armedconflict pitting the federal government against the TigrayPeople's Liberation Front (TPLF), which controls the Tigrayregion in the country's north.
Supporters of both sides have waged a parallel war of wordson social media.
The government wants its local platform to "replace"Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp and Zoom, the director general ofthe Information Network Security Agency (INSA), Shumete Gizaw,said.
Shumete accused Facebook of deleting posts and user accountswhich he said were "disseminating the true reality aboutEthiopia".
International human rights groups have criticized theEthiopian government for unexplained shutdowns to social mediaservices including Facebook and WhatsApp in the past year. Thegovernment has not commented on those shutdowns.
Facebook's Africa spokesperson, Kezia Anim-Addo, declined tocomment on Ethiopia's plans and did not respond immediately to aquery about Shumete's accusations.
But in June, days before national elections, Facebook saidit had removed a network of fake accounts in Ethiopia targetingdomestic users which it linked to individuals associated withINSA, which is responsible for monitoring telecommunications andthe internet.
Spokespeople for Twitter and Zoom did not immediately replyto comment requests.
Shumete declined to specify a timeline, budget and otherdetails, but told Reuters: "The rationale behind developingtechnology with local capacity is clear ... Why do you thinkChina is using WeChat?"
He said Ethiopia had the local expertise to develop theplatforms and would not hire outsiders to help.
Social messaging app WeChat is owned by China-headquarteredTencent Holdings, is widely used in the country, andis considered to be a strong tool by Chinese authorities formonitoring its population.
Shumete also referred Reuters to comments he made on Fridayto a local media outlet in which he accused Facebook of blockingusers who were "preaching national unity and peace".
He also told Al-Ain Amharic that authorities were working onthe platform to replace Facebook and Twitter, while a trial hasalready been completed of a platform to replace WhatsApp andZoom and that platform will soon be operational. REUTERS