Garba Has Got Nigerians Talking Again After His Comment In Support Of Crypto Ban, See What He Said
By Flyers | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 0 views
Earlier reports of the day claimed the Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN) is set to place a ban on cryptocurrency dealings of financial institutions in Nigeria. This report has stirred mixed reactions from Nigerians today. Popular Fulani man and politician, Adamu Garba has spoken out in support of the reports.
In the tweet he made via his Twitter handle, he said he believes the CBN is taking proactive measures to protect Nigerians from fraudsters who deceive citizens and rid them of their money.
According to him, he's had encounters with Nigerians who have invested much into crypto without understanding the principles behind blockchain technology.
He warned Nigerians to learn from lessons from fraudsters who deprive people of little. He called on Nigerians to value their earnings through hardwork and not dubious means.
This tweet has generated comments on Twitter and here are few comments.
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