There has always been that benignness about humans, that kind disposition towards others that makes people donate to a cause. Crowdfunding has helped express our humanness better and easier.
Easily you could help an immigrant kid from a war-torn state through college, contribute to a cancer patient’s treatment, get the first African bobsled athletes to the Winter Olympics, and donate to a myriad of heart-moving causes.
These days, funding the legal case of a billionaire at a tribunal has also made the list.
The Peoples Democratic Party’s presidential candidate in the 2019 elections, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has headed to court to contest the result of the presidential elections.
On Wednesday morning, about five GoFundMe accounts surfaced on the internet to gather contributions for the legal battle of the former vice president. One of them was tweeted by Segun Awaosanya, an activist. He tagged it the “official GoFundMe link” for people interested in supporting the defense of Atiku’s mandate in a credible Court of Law. Read more