The Saudi Ministry of Commerce and Investments on Sunday raised a controversy among its followers on Twitter when it published the word "exclusion before tomorrow when the sun is approaching."
Approximately one hour after the publication of the unintelligible phrase, which contained unrelated words, the Ministry made it clear in a new tweet what it meant, warning that the defective products were ignored.
"This is not a threat to our security, unlike the hundreds of thousands of defective products we ignore."
– Ministry of Commerce and Investment (@ SaudiMCI) November 11, 2018
Saudi comments range from admiration in the management of awareness campaigns to ridicule what the ministry has published.
"An unconvincing and unpopular way of attracting the public's attention is an official institution with its prestige and with it the power of the regime and interest have arisen with a second patch or other reform plan," said one of the Twitter followers of the Ministry , Abdullah Ali al-Maimouni.
An unconvincing and sophisticated way of attracting the public's attention is an official institution with its prestige and with it the power of order and interest … A second patch or reform plan
– Dr. Abdullah Ali Al-Maimouni (@almimoniaarsm) November 11, 2018
And take advantage of the commercialization of the community consciousness forward ".
The Ministry of Commerce is one of the most successful ministries in the use of social communication and in the management of campaigns to raise awareness and adapt marketing to raise awareness among the community. # Seleny_ and delivered
– سعودي ~ ????????????? MBS (@ ksawatan9) November 11, 2018