Former presidential aspirant and businessman, Adamu Garba has reacted to the allegation of receiving N136 million from the Federal Government to develop his Crowwe app.
In a report that has gone viral, a publication had alleged that the “Federal Government has for two years been funding IPI Solutions, a software engineering firm owned by Adamu Garba to produce Crowwe, a platform that would help the government silence existing social media platforms in the country.”
The publication also claimed that the “app was largely unusable” which made the Buhari-led administration to indefinitely ban Twitter, adding that they have bank documents to support the claim.
Reacting, Garba in a post he shared via his Facebook account, called for a “party” to shame the “fake news merchants”.
He added that “he will 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,” he wrote.