End SARS: APC Chieftain Threaten Litigation Against Twitter CEO For Meddling Into Nigerian Politics


A former All Progressive Congress (APC), presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba has threatened to approach Court to sue, Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter over meddling into Nigerian politics through supporting the #EndSARS protest.

It was gathered that Mr. Dorsey had on Wednesday Night tweeted in support of the #EndSARS protest.

He went ahead to announce that people should donate to help the movement to an extent that he provided a link for the donation.

However, in reaction, Adamu Garba has warned the Twitter boss to stay clear of Nigerian politics.

He noted that the EndSARS protest has metamorphosed into a political agitation rather than the police reform which is now gradually becoming a threat to law and order in the country.

He explained that Jack tweet on the EndSARS protest was an overzealous interference and to the extent of endorsing a link for donation was like helping the enemy of the Nigerian government to bring down the government of the day.

Mr. Garba in his tweet said, “It’ll do you a lot more good if you stay away from Nigerian Politics. You should know that the so-called #EndSARS protest has transformed into political agitation, capable of breaking law & order in our country. You should not be a moral & financial sponsor to this.

“This is Nigeria; most of the demands initially presented were attended to by the responsible authorities. SARS no longer exists in this country. Your support for a disbanded entity was a needless interference. We cannot allow killings again in Nigeria in the name of protests.

“I understand that this may play well to your business, you have more content, more people and more activity on your platform, but to us is about life, peace & security of our dear country, we cannot allow you to be part of the people sponsoring disorder. We need peace and prosperity.

“I can see you are even sharing a link for people to donate money for this protest, an event capable of escalation beyond our already overstretched security management. If this protest continued to evolve into disorder (hopefully not), as a Nigerian citizen, we’ll meet in court