There have been mixed reactions to the GoFundMe campaign created for Atiku’s election petition. Read a few of them here
There's controversy on Nigerian Twitter space following the creation of a GoFundMe page by a support group to back PDP's Atiku Abubakar's election petition.
This is, no doubt, the biggest trend today on the micro-blogging platform involving Nigerians. Twitter users have been speaking for and against the campaign.
It all started when popular human rights activist, Segalink, shared a link to the page and asked well-meaning Nigerians to help fund it and reclaim their stolen mandate.
The EndSARS convener was dragged by many, especially supporters of the ruling party who called him a fraud.
Friends and others, who saw nothing wrong with the act, defended Sega in what has now become a big issue.