The Chief Executive Officer of Twitter, (a micro-blogging company), Elon Musk, may be considering stepping down from his position after less than two months on the job.
The businessman through a poll via his verified handle, Sunday night asked tweeps to vote on whether he should step down as Twitter’s CEO,
The entrepreneur who promised to abide by the poll’s results tweeted, “Should I step down as head of Twitter? I will abide by the results of this poll.”
Interestingly, as at Monday morning, with about six hours to the end of the poll majority of those who said ‘’Yes’’ won by a margin of 56.3% to 43.7%.
On his feat so far after taking over as Twitter CEO, the chief engineer of SpaceX been involved in a series of controversies on the ‘blue app’ since buying Twitter and taking over as CEO in late October.
Other changes that have taken place after emerging Twitter CEO have been controversial, especially the company’s policies.
Meanwhile, the sacking of a number of staff from the company, executives included was triggered the talking point in the information technology community globally.
After buying the company for $44 billion from its former CEO, Jack Dorsey, Musk began to make some controversial changes to the company’s policy and personnel.
Other policies are: proposing a $20 monthly subscription fee for the blue badge, which he later slashed to $8 and giving the remaining staff an ultimatum that they needed to do “extremely hardcore” work or leave, which prompted hundreds or so of the remaining staff quit the company.