Adamu Garba further stated that jack dodged Nigeria even though his principal target market is in this country. He added that the founder of Twitter loves Nigeria money and not people.
"Sometimes, I wished Jack setup Twitter Africa office in Nigeria. It would have been easier for the victims of #Endsars to extract the $1Bn damage charges. He has to dodge Nigeria even though his principal target market in Nigeria. He loves Nigerian money, not the Nigerian people."
However, ever since the recent development trended online, Nigerians have been reacting and wondering why Jack chose Ghana instead of Nigeria. They stated that Nigeria use the platform more than Ghana. Statistics revealed Twitter have over 25 Million users in Nigeria.
Social media users who came across the tweet dropped by Adamu Garba reacted to it. See screenshot below.
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