A former Senior Special Assistant to Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State on New Media, Jack Obinyan has revealed one of the gains he thinks the newly introduced eNaira will bring to Nigeria and Nigerians. According to him, the electronic/digital Naira can end Kidnapping in the country.
While stating this on his verified Facebook page some hours ago, Jack says, bulk cashing in banks which usually aid kidnapping and banditry can be abolished so that such transactions can be done between eNaira wallets.
Jack believes that since eNaira wallets contain details of the owners of wallets, kidnapping will be discouraged because it will be easier for security agents to trace and arrest kidnappers who received ransoms through their eNaira wallets.
Check out the post made on Facebook by the former SSA to the governor below:
Recall that yesterday, President Muhammadu Buhari launched the long-awaited eNaira at the State House, Abuja. The eNaira app made available on electronic Stores has already been downloaded by many Nigerians.
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