Around midnight Friday, popular site, Linda Ikeji's blog was restored Blogger on the Google blogging platform,.
The news was announced by embattled blogger, Linda Ikeji, on Twitter.
"And Google restores lindaikeji.blogspot.com. I learn it is a record. Normally it takes months or weeks to restore a deleted blog. But not LIB," she tweeted six minutes after midnight.
In a follow up tweets, she explained that Google had restored the site after checking that the allegations of plagiarism were "fake and careful sabotage."
On Thursday night, a couple of hours before announcing the restoration of the's blogger site, Ms. Ikeji had directed readers to her new website, lindaikejionline.com.
The site was shut down on Wednesday.
On Thursday, Taiwo Kola-Ogunlade, public affairs manager and Google's communication had declined to categorically say why it shut the blog down.
Mr. Kola-Ogunlade said the business doesn't discuss individual accounts.
Yet, speaking normally, he said: "We take breaches of policies really seriously as such activities reduce the experience for our users. When we're notified of the presence of content that could break our Terms of Service, we act fast ascertain whether it actually violates our policies and to review it. If we determine that it does, we remove it promptly."
In a tweet after the blog's shutdown, Ms. Ikeji had told her followers that it was still up on lindaikeji.mobi; apparently, a stop-gap arrangement, and that she was working to get a new one.
She also alleged that all her possible domain names had been acquired by cyber squatters.
On Tuesday, in a blog post, Ms. Ikeji accused "cyber squatters and hackers" of trying to lindaikeji.co.uk - http://lindaikeji.co.uk/blog/live-in-gidi-presents-davido-friends-concer... bring her site down.
She pointed a finger directly at Mukhtar Dan'Iyan, the Editor-in-Chief of US-based The 15 Past Eight Media Group handle @ AyeDee.
A Digital Copyright Millennium Act, DMCA, is an avenue to report content that you'd like removed from Google's services under appropriate laws.
He also said "Emmanuel Efremov" was clearly one of the managers in his business.
"Emmanuel hasn't attempted to sell anything to Linda, nor has he ever demanded any kind of money from her. In fact, I doubt he's ever had any interaction with here even in passing," Mr. Dan'Iyan said.