Adamu Garba, former Presidential aspirant and businessman, has reacted to allegations that he took money from the Federal Government to develop his app.
News platforms reported yesterday that the “federal government has for two years been funding Adamu Garba’s IPI Solutions to produce Crowwe, a platform that would help the government take down existing social media platforms.”
They also allege that they have bank documents to support their claims that the “app was largely unusable, pushing Buhari, his administration officials, and supporters to move to the Indian platform Koo following their exit from Twitter earlier this month.”.
In response, Adamu shared an anti-fake news post on Facebook calling for a “party” to shame the perpetrators.
The former presidential candidate said he has no hard feelings and vowed to never give up on Nigeria.
They claimed I’ve cashed out right? Let’s have a party to shame the fake news merchants. We will never give up on our country. So, no hard feelings. I’m old school so I present to you a proud Almajiri Dancer who loves his country, his people, his Crowwe and his cows! Enjoy our legacy Plantashun Boiz.....