A former All Progressives Congress, APC, presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba, has threatened to sue Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey for supporting the #EndSARS protest.
DAILY POST reported that Jack on Wednesday evening tweeted in assist of the #EndSARS protests.
The philanthropist, who tweeted a hyperlink on #EndSARS and #EndPoliceBrutality, additionally urged individuals to donate to assist the motion.
Nevertheless, in response, Adamu Garba warned the Twitter CEO to keep away from ‘Nigerian politics”.
He alleged that the Finish SARS protest had reworked right into a political agitation able to breaking regulation and order within the nation.
He defined that Jack’s tweet towards the disbanded entity was a useless interference and that endorsing a hyperlink for donation to the motion was able to pushing the scenario past Nigeria’s overstretched safety administration.
He tweeted, “It’ll do you much more good in the event you avoid Nigerian Politics. It’s best to know that the so-called #EndSARS protest have reworked into political agitation, able to breaking regulation & order in our nation. You shouldn’t be an ethical & monetary sponsor to this.
“That is Nigeria, a lot of the calls for initially introduced was attended to by the accountable authorities. SARS not exist on this nation. Your assist for a disbanded entity was a useless interference. We can not permit killings once more in Nigeria within the title of protests.
“I perceive that this will play effectively to your corporation, you might have extra content material, extra individuals and extra exercise in your platform, however to us is about life, peace & safety of our pricey Nation, we can not help you be a part of the individuals sponsoring dysfunction. We’d like peace and prosperity.
“I can see you might be even sharing a hyperlink for individuals to donate cash for this protest, an occasion able to escalation past our already overstretched safety administration. If this protest continued to advanced into dysfunction (hopefully not), as a Nigerian citizen, we’ll meet in court docket.”