Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Activates Saftey Check For Nigeria After Yola Bomb Blast
After Yesterday’s Deadly Attack in Adamawa state Capital Yola , By Terrorist Group Boko Haram , the Facebook C.E.O Did something special and Lovely for Our country Nigeria, That comes After being criticized harshly for activating Facebook safety check following the France attacks despite other terrorists attacks going on in different parts of the world including Nigeria, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has opted for this method of solidarity for attacked regions. Following the bomb blast which occurred in Yola yesterday night killing scores of people in the process, Zuckerberg activated the safety check for Nigeria. …. and That’s Lovely Below is what he wrote on His Facebook Wall.
We’ve activated Safety Check again after the bombing in Nigeria this evening. After the Paris attacks last week, we made the decision to use Safety Check for more tragic events like this going forward. We’re now working quickly to develop criteria for the new policy and determine when and how this service can be most useful.
Unfortunately, these kinds of events are all too common, so I won’t post about all of them. A loss of human life anywhere is a tragedy, and we’re committed to doing our part to help people in more of these situations.
In times like this, it’s important to remind ourselves that despite the alarming frequency of these terrible events, violence is actually at an all-time low in history and continues to decline. Deaths from war are lower than ever, murder rates are generally dropping around the world, and — although it’s hard to believe — even terrorist attacks are declining.
Please don’t let a small minority of extremists make you pessimistic about our future.
Every member of our community spreads empathy and understanding on a daily basis. We are all connecting the world together. And if we all do our part, then one day there may no longer be attacks like this.
We Must say Thank You sir.