Former President Wannabe Adam Garba Threatens To Sue Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey For Supporting #EndSARS Protest

Posted by on Oct 15, 2020, Under: News

Former President Wannabe Adam Garba Threatens To Sue Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey For Supporting #EndSARS Protest

Former President Wannabe Adam Garba Threatens To Sue Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey For Supporting #EndSARS Protest

Former President Wannabe Adam Garba has threatened to sue Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for supporting the #EndSARS protest.

Recall that Jack Dorsey tweeted his support for the #EndSARS protests and even urged his followers to donate to help the movement.

However, in response to this, Adam Garba warned Twitter CEO to stay away from “Nigerian politics.” He also stated that the #EndSARS protest has turned into a political campaign capable of disrupting law and order in the country.

Adam, who insisted that most of the originally filed requests be satisfied by the responsible authorities, also stressed that Jack’s support for the disbanded organization was unnecessary interference.

He added that if the protest continued and escalated into riots, he and Jack would “meet in court.”

Adam tweeted;

Dear @jack

Staying away from Nigerian politics will do you much more good. You should know that the so-called #EndSARS protest has turned into a political campaign capable of disrupting law and order in our country. You do not have to be a moral and financial sponsor for this.

This is Nigeria, most of the initial requests were reviewed by the responsible authorities. SARS no longer exists in this country. Your support for a weak entity was unnecessary intervention. We cannot allow killing in Nigeria in the name of protest again.

I understand that this might work well for your business, you have more content, more people and more business on your platform, but for us it is about the life, peace and security of our dear country, we cannot allow you to be part of the people patronizing a mess. We need peace and prosperity.

I see you even share a link allowing people to donate money to this protest, an event that could go beyond our already overburdened security management. If this protest continues to turn into a mess (hopefully not). As a citizen of Nigeria, we will meet in court


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