Nigerians Petition Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg for excluding Nigerian from Monetization

Nigerians Petition Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg for excluding Nigerian from Monetization

Amanda Chisom started this petition to Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg and one other

For Nigerians residents to have their pages monetized, they have to remove themselves as administrator on page, hand over the page to someone else and wait for a long time operating in Shadows

Why do we always have to sneak around and be shady when we could do it the right way.

Why can we pay Facebook heavily for Ads and be excluded from earning money as content creators even after following due process as content creators.
Nigerians Petition Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg for excluding Nigerian from Monetization

YouTube pays Nigerians for content  without Rancour. Facebook takes ads money from us without stress and we dutifully pay. 

We are the 18th top users of Facebook worldwide yet we are treated like we are all criminals everytime. We give Facebook content , if others earn from it, we should too.

Facebook why are Nigerians content creators not good enough to earn from your app but you are quick to take money from ad from us. Why are you not excluding us from ads payment the same way you excluded us from earning money on your page Monetization program.

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Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook should create an acceptable platform for everyone that allows us earn from the content we create on Facebook. We are good people and we are supportive and deserve to earn from contents we create. Please sign this petition and share. Click Here >> Sign this Petition 

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