By Jafaar Jafaar
I write to register my complaint over your company's failure to identify with Nigerians in times of tragedy, but rather chose to identify with other nations.
Sir, I don't want to believe your bias was informed by the assumed superiority of the races you often identify with.
In any of our recurring tragedies, either when we were bombed in our sanctuaries or social gatherings, Facebook has never identified with Nigeria.
I notice a smashing theme you created for your 1 billion users to use in order to identify with a particular people. You are even more effusive when you pin the banner on our doorstep for easy use.
When Boko Haram terrorists attacked Baga town in January this year, the death toll was estimated at 2,000. This never melted your company's heart to create an instant theme for your 1 billion consumers to identify with Nigeria.
Let me also remind you that at a weekend in January 2014, terrorists' attacks on eight Borno villages left 150 dead. Facebook blinked over it - perhaps because we are not the same as the French.
On May 20, 2014, car bombs left a gory sight at Jos bus terminal and a market. 118 people were declared dead. We posted the pictures on Facebook, but you turned your eyes away.
As a company, to gives equal opportunity and discourages racism I urge you to identify with not only Nigerians but Africans in their trying times.