Nigerians protesting against police brutality and SARS have gotten the support of google.
The company took to its Twitter page to extend its support to the Nigerian masses.
In a tweet from its verified Twitter account, the global search engine said:
“We strongly oppose oppression, brutality, and intimidation. We believe a fair and impartial police force is a critical element of a stable society and abuse of power infringes on democratic and human rights.
We strongly oppose oppression, brutality & intimidation. We believe a fair and impartial police force is a critical element of a stable society, & that abuse of power infringes on people’s democratic & human rights. We urge a speedy resolution to the current situation. #EndsSARS
— Google in Africa (@googleafrica) October 15, 2020
Also, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has endorsed the protests, recommending an account for fundraising in bitcoins.
— jack (@jack) October 14, 2020
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