According to its description, the “app” is an instant messaging and financial transaction app that comes with a digital wallet that enables users to send and receive money while chatting.
After the Federal Government of Nigeria announced the suspension of Twitter, the former presidential candidate presented the app as an alternative to the microblogging website that can help “grow Nigeria.”
Join us now! Build your nation, build your people, and build your brand. Mr. Garba tweeted, “Join now.”.
“This is an opportunity for Nigeria to grow to build Nigeria to the world.”
In an interview with Channels TV, he also expressed his excitement that the federal government has banned Twitter in the country.
Mr. Garba had previously called for a ban on the microblogging platform following the deletion of president Buhari’s genocidal tweet.
“Twitter has no right to interfere in our local politics.”. It’s a company, not the government. Twitter needs to shut down from Nigerian internet space by removing our democratically elected President’s speech. “Twitter needs to leave Nigeria,” he tweeted.
Mr Garba’s attempt to use Twitter’s ban in Nigeria to advertise his app was stonewalled by Nigerians.
“Read the app’s terms and conditions.”. The same thing as Spotify. They didn’t even bother to edit. If you click on the hyperlink, you are redirected to Spotify theft. What kind of pangolo app is that?A critic claimed on social media.
As a result of the app’s poor reviews, it was removed from the Play Store.