Founder of controversial content side, Crowwe, Adamu Garba has said that he was impressed with the turn out of Nigerian Youth in the recently concluded "Youth Progressive Conference" Photo credit: Adamu Garba. The former presidential candidates took to his Facebook account to share about his excitement and what he encountered during the conference.
An interesting series of drama took place in the last couple of days in Nigeria after the Twitter ban and it has led to the founder of Iroko TV app one of the best movie streaming app in Nigeria to render an apology to all his Igbo Brothers who he offended some years ago.
"It Was Stupid & I Am Truly Sorry" Jason Njoku Begs Igbos For Forgiveness Over Past Abusive Comments
Jason Njoku. The co-founder and chief executive officer of Iroko TV, Jason Njoku has sent a message of apology to his tribesmen and women in the South Eastern Nigeria over some bad comments he made about their culture and tradition years ago. He also thanked Nigerians at large over their ratings of Iroko TV app which ensure that it is not deleted from Google Play Store.
The CEO of Crowwe, who is also a former Presidential Aspirant, Adamu Garba II has taken to his verified Facebook handle to react to some conspiracy by northern youths to ensure the removal of IrokoTV owned by a southerner, Jason Njoku in revenge of the removal of Crowwe.
In life, everyone is entitled to their own opinions, bringing us to the fact that Adamu Garba, posted a video of himself on his social media account, telling his fans and followers not to touch applications of anybody that has not caused trouble or problems for the country most especially Jason Njoku, the owner of Iroko TV.
This arises few days after Crowwe app, which has been labelled as an instant messaging and financial transaction app that comes with a digital wallet that helps to transfer and receive money while chatting, received the worst reviews following his statement after the Buhari-led administration banned the operations of the microblogging platform, Twitter indefinitely in Nigeria.
Popular Fulani politician, Adamu Garba says that his app, Crowwe is the most intelligent app because of it's characteristics of an intelligent bird. (Adamu Garba, Source: Google) He said that Crowwe is a Nigerian, he went further to say that the App's first name is Nigerian and the last name is Nigeria.
The Chief Executive Officer of Crowwe and former Presidential Aspirant, Adamu Garba II has taken to his verified Facebook page to send a strong message to Nigerians after his crisis with Google Play Store and Instagram. Adamu Garba || Google. Recently, Nigerians, especially those who use social media, hit back at Adamu Garba for supporting the Federal Government on the ban of Twitter's operations by allegedly bringing down his app, Crowwe from the Google Play Store through negative reviews.
Some Northern Nigerian youths are reportedly planning on how to incite Google to delete Nnamdi Kanu's Radio Biafra App from Play store as a punitive response to the deletion of Adamu Garba's Crowwe App from Play Store. Recall that after the Nigerian government banned the operation of Twitter in Nigeria, the CEO of Crowwe App, Adamu Garba took to his Twitter handle to support the indefinite suspension of the micro-blogging platform in Nigeria.
Adamu Garba has been trending for a while now after the deletion of his Crowwe application from google playstore. In the early hours of today, Adamu Garba took to his Facebook page to note that he would be taking a backseat as new Public Relation's committee has been organized by the Crowwe team.
Adamu Garba appears undeterred by his critics following deletions of his Crowwe App from Google Play Store and personal Instagram's account by Google and Instagram respectively. The Crowwe App was removed Google Play Store after Google received series of complaints claiming that Croowwe copied Sportify's terms and policies words for words.
Popular Fulani politician and former presidential candidate, Adamu Garba has urged Nigerians to support the Crowwe App as it promises a brighter future for Nigerians as a people. Adamu Garba, the owner of the Crowwe app has been recently attacked by several Nigerians after he campaigned for the suspension of Twitter operations in the country.
Barely a week after his micro-blogging app was pulled down from Google Playstore, former presidential aspirant Adamu Garba has given an update on what the company is doing to get the app back online. The controversial politician has been embroiled in a series of cyberbullying and loggerhead over his support for the suspension of Twitter by President Buhari administration.
Politician and one-time presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba, has been under pressure on social media for days now. Some days ago, Crowwe, a social media app, built by his company was removed from the play store after facing a lot of bad reviews. The app review was at a 1.1-star rating before it was removed.
If The West Can Deny Us, The East Is Welcoming Us — Adamu Garba Speaks About Crowwe App, Plans Ahead
It is no denying that Adamu Garba, IT Expert and former presidential candidate came under heavy criticisms by netizens after his social media app, Crowwe, was reportedly deleted from Google Playstore almost a week ago. Sources believed the App was removed by Google due to its bad and outrageous reviews and reports from users.
It has been a challenging week for former presidential aspirant and CEO of IPI incorporation, Adamu Garba after his micro-blogging app Crowwe was deleted from Google Play store. While struggling to quench the fire, news broke on Wednesday that Adamu Garba's Instagram account has been suspended for unknown reasons.
It was not reviews that caused Adamu Garba's Crowwe App to be removed from Play Store - Buhari's aide
If you can recall that a few days ago, the former presidential candidate, Adamu Garba was at the center of controversy following the removal of his chat application which is known as Crowwe from the Google Play Store. Various social media platforms and many Nigerians alleged that the Crowwe app was removed due to negative reviews or ratings about the application on the Google Play Store.
Today's Headlines: ECOWAS gives FG 30 days to defend Twitter ban; Adamu Garba loses Instagram account
Nigerian government has been given 30 days to mount a defence for banning Twitter in Nigeria. The ECOWAS court issued this notice to the government after a human rights lawyer, Ihensekhien Samuel, dragged the federal government to court over the issue. The lawyer filed the suit on the 8th of June, 2021, on behalf of Patrick Eholor, President of One Love Foundation.
For some days, Adamu Garba has been on social media trends in Nigeria as well as news platforms. This happened as a result of an update which was brought up concerning the status of his communication page on Instagram. However, the Crowwe CEO has revealed why his account was pulled down by the tech giants, all of a sudden.