Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, has joined the End SARS campaign going on across Nigeria.
Jack tweeted #EndSARS with a links to a Tech Cabal’s article detailing how rogue policemen clamped on Nigeria’s tech community and the website of Feminist Coalition, a group of Nigerian feminists fighting against injustice through peaceful protests, fundraising, and social media organisation.
He tweeted the hashtag at 9:40pm Nigerian time on Wednesday.
In a related development, as influential personalities continue to support the #EndSARS campaign, former Super Eagles captain Kanu Nwankwo has endorsed the #SARSMUSTEND protests sweeping through the country, calling for the reformation of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF).
The former Arsenal forward in a video on his Twitter handle on Tuesday, however, called on the protesters to be cautious and ensure they are safe.
“Please! Please!! Please!!! If you are on the street protesting, please be safe,” the Atlanta 1996 Olympic gold medalist and former Ajax Amsterdam player, added.
“No more lives lost. One love, one Nigeria. EndSARS and reform the police. God bless us all.”