A supporter of the Biafra movement has allegedly reached out to Facebook's founder & CEO Mark Zuckerberg to join his quest.
According to a post found on Facebook user Ejike Ofoegbu's page, he is currently trying to accomplish a task given to him by Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg.
Ofoegbu boasted that he had reached out to Zuckerberg, asking him to support his cause to push the Biafra movement further, but the billionaire who is rarely affiliated to any political group, gave him an assignment which includes getting a specific number of likes and shares on the group he manages on Facebook, in TWO DAYS.
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Here's the conversation they both 'supposedly' had:
As it turns out, the conversation is very fake as multiple errors can be pointed out in Zuckerberg's supposed response. Some of the errors include:
'One million like' ... instead of 'One million likes'.
'What request do you need from me?' ... instead of 'what is your request?'
'Goodluck' ... instead of 'good luck'.
This means he may have prompted one of his pro-Biafran friends to change his Facebook profile photo to Mark Zuckerberg's, just so that this could be portrayed as a real conversation, in a bid to draw attention to his group and gain more followers.
Hmmm...What do you think?