Crowwe: Adamu Garba Steps Down As CEO
Due to unceasing bashing and bad rating being given by Nigerians to his platform, a situation that is not augur well for the growth of the Nigerian made app. The erstwhile presidential aspirant Adamu Garba has stepped down as chief executive officer of Crowwe an instant messaging platform.
In a statement posted to Twitter on Thursday, Garba said he was stepping down to allow one without political leaning to take charge of the daily operations of the company.
The statement reads:
“For the sake of sanity, I’ve decided to step down as the CEO of @CrowweApp.
“I will officially be handing over to the next CEO by the end of this quarter. The search for a new CEO is now open.
“We will publish the necessary steps required for applicants to forward their resumes.
“It is my desire that Crowwe should continue to be open, free, liberal and trusted platform by all.”
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