The Cabal Controlling Nigeria Is Steering It To Disaster, Jump Now Before It Happens - Nnamdi Kanu
By Kathykelvin | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 2711 views
It's so obvious that since the President of our dear country; President Muhammadu Buhari banned the use of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency in the country, people seem not to stop talking about it on the various social media platforms available.
The famous leader of IPOB in Person of Nnamdi Kanu has once again taken to his official Twitter handle minutes ago to drop a message for Nigerians to take caution. Check out his tweet below:
"governing a country is like steering a ship if the captain is not able to hold a steady course, The voyage will end in disaster for all (Cicero).
The cabal controlling Nigeria is steering it to disaster, jump ship now before it happens. It's bitcoin and cryptocurrency, what's next?"
Check out some of the reactions of some Twitter users to his tweets below:
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