Edgar Obare causes Andrew Kibe to lose his YouTube account with 500K subscribers

Social commentator Andrew Kibe’s YouTube account has been deactivated and Edgar Obare has come out to gloat about being the reason for this. The American-born Kenyan has not yet expressed regret after losing his account.

Since a while ago, Andrew Kibe has been informing his devoted followers that he will upload his content to another platform once his time on YouTube is over.

It will be interesting to hear what he has to say regarding his YouTube account, even though this may be a different situation now.

Here is what Google Help has to say about closing an account.

– You may submit a counter-notification if your channel was shut down due to allegations of copyright infringement and you believe the accusations are unfounded. For authors with terminated channels, this method is still available, but the counter-notification online form won’t be available.

– Is the termination of YouTube permanent? YouTube’s social networking service may suspend accounts either temporarily or permanently.

– YouTube has the right to delete any account at any time, without having to provide a reason.

– You might be able to appeal by making a video appeal and submitting it or by contacting Creator Support from inside YouTube Studio. Our experts will react with a conclusion to your appeal within 14 days of receiving it.

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