Cryptocurrency ban has caused a lot of comments by the Nigerians after Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) placed ban on the currency. Some many people didn't support the ban because of the usefulness of the cryptocurrrency while a few people are in support of CBN.
Today on Nigerian Senate twitter page, Senator Biodun Olujimi made it known that they cannot kill the cryptocurrency because they were not the one who created it. He said further that Nigerian youths are doing great business with bitcoin and they are getting results from it. According to the Olujimi, Nigeria cannot immune itself from this sort of business.
The major concern of Olujimi is that, the government should ensure that bad people are not using this cryptocurrency. He said: "the time has come for us to harmonise all the issues concerning cryptocurrency"
The screenshots below are from the "The Nigerian Senate" Twitter page:
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