Twitter CEO dragged to court, asked to pay $1bn for supporting #EndSARS protests

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A former presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba, has sued Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, for supporting the #EndSARS protests and meddling in Nigeria’s business.

Adamu Garba made this public on Tuesday via his verified Twitter account.

Jack had earlier received a warning from Garba after he posted the hashtag #EndSARS and solicited for bitcoin towards the cause.

According to Garba, Jack’s interference in Nigeria’s politics has led to lost of lives, properties & convenience.

In the petition, the former presidential aspirant asked Jack to pay $1 billion (approximately N380 billion) to the Nigerian government for meddling and instigating chaos.

“Dear @jack, here’s your motion of notice, a fine of $1Bn dollars in favour of Federal Republic of Nigeria, as a compensation for lost of lives, properties & convenience as a result your active support for funding of #EndSARS after the issues is been attended to by the Government,” he wrote.

“You have violated the international principles of nationhood & democracy, by meddling into our local affairs, knowing fully well that these is capable of toppling the democratically elected government of the day, slowing us down from progress on our hard earned democracy journey.

“I trust that the The Federal High Court of Nigeria will serve you the motion accordingly. You should get ready and pay the fine as a compensation once you receive the motion accordingly. See you in court Thank you.”

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