Thursday, July 7, 2022

Get Set To Face Me In Court – Adamu Garba Threatens Jack Again

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Former Presidential aspirant Adamu Garba, has for the umpteenth time, threatened Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for weighing in on the nationwide #EndSAERS protests, telling him to get ready for court.
Recall that the young man had, at two different times, threatened the American techpreneur with court summon on his app, saying he should stay of out Nigeria’s problem. In the recent tweets he put out today, Adamu Garba noted that Jack#s meddling and gross abuse of privilege is putting people at risk  and at such, he must be prepared to pay fine and compensate for the damage you have caused the country, amongst other things.
Dear @jack Sequel to my earlier message to you on meddling in Nigerian affairs where you actively supported, encouraged funding & sponsorship of #EndSars protest, should it lead to breaking of law & order, we’ll meet in court I’d like to inform you to get set & face me in court. As you maybe aware, Nigeria is currently going through several issues regarding breaking of law and order in many cities, from prison break, to burning of a mall, destructions of properties and even lives. These actions should never be left without its attendant consequences.”, he began
Read also: #EndSARS: End The Protest, It Has Been Hijacked By Political Thugs And Hoodlums – Ondo State Governor, Akeredolu
“Your meddling into a sovereign Nation, against the international principle of Right to Protect vested on democratically elected government, your gross abuse of previledge by using your platform to inflame an otherwise tensed country, putting our people at risk should be answered. You must be prepared to: 1. Pay fine and compensate for the damage you have caused this country. 2. Open a local office in Nigeria, employ local labor, pay local tax to continue to operate in Nigerian internet space. 3. Publish a written apology to Nigerian people & Government
“, Adamu Garba continued.
Adamu Garba threatens Jack Dorsey again
Photos Credit: Getty

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