Adam Garba Drops Lawsuit Against Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey
Former impersonator of President Adam Garba has withdrawn the lawsuit against the founder and CEO of international company Twitter Jack Dorsey, according to Igbere TV.
Mr Garba tweeted that he asked his lawyers to dismiss the case, adding that the purpose of the lawsuit was achieved.
The former impersonator of the president dragged Mr. Dorsey to the Abuja Federal High Court for his alleged sponsorship of the October 2020 #EndSARS protests in Nigeria.
“I think that the action played its role. I wrote to our lawyers about the removal of the case from the court.
“I also offered my sincere apologies to the Nigerians who are saddened by my #EndSARS actions. Nigeria will rise again, ”he wrote over the weekend.
A request for notification was proposed under Regulation II, Rules 1, 2, 3 of the Fundamental Rights (Enforcement Procedure) 2009 Rules and Articles 34 (1), 35 (1) and 41 (1) and 43 of the 1999 Constitution.
Garba has requested an order that Twitter not work anywhere in Nigeria.
Judge Giva-Ogunbandjo postponed the hearing until April 22, 2021 to continue the hearing.
After U.S. President Donald Trump was banned on Twitter for the rioters’ incursion into the Capitol, the CEO of IPI Group Limited tried to convince Trump to join the similar instant messaging platform Crowwe.