Facebook Launch Comic Republic To Identify Fake News
Facebook has launched the online comic republic book that will educate Nigerians on the spread of fake news.
According to THE CABLE, the comic book will be released in three parts and will help readers to identify false news and what they can do to help minimise its spread.
THE CABLE reports that the comic book will also feature the stories of an experienced nurse, an intern reporter, and a university student who are on their personal journey to educate people on how to handle false news.
According to Facebook, this will assist in the join the fight against misinformation.
THE CABLE reports that speaking of the book, Facebook’s corporate communications manager for Anglophone West Africa, Oluwasola Obagbemi said, “Facebook is excited to launch its #NoFalseNewsZone online comic book in collaboration with the Comic Republic.
“We’ve come up with relatable and exciting stories to keep people entertained as we educate them on how to minimise its spread.
“As a pioneer of innovation for human connection through social presence, Facebook has given people the power to build communities and bring the world closer together in new and profound ways.
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“Our hope is that with this online comic book, people will make informed decisions by thinking critically about what they read, trust and share.”
Also speaking, Comic Republic CEO, Jide Martin, “In a world where we are online for everything essential, it is now critical that we protect our new reality. Jamb Result
“More than ever, with just one tap online, you can either make or mar a life. As such, we must all be accountable for the information we share on social media.
“Comic Republic’s mission is rooted in storytelling for a cause, so the #NoFalseNewsZone campaign is right up our alley and such a thrill to work on. Information Guide Nigeria
“I urge people to read and pass it on but most of all, really think before you share unverified messages with their contacts. We don’t need superpowers to do good.”
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