FG Has Banned Cryptocurrency, Join Cowtocurrency and Invest In Cows -Adamu Garba Advises
By LastName | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 1 views
Adamu Garba, a Nigerian businessman and politician has reacted over the Central Bank of Nigeria's order for all banks to ban all accounts associated with cryptocurrencies in the country.
It could be recalled that the Federal Government of Nigeria in a Memo ordered all Nigerian banks to ban all accounts used for the transaction of cryptocurrencies in Nigeria.
Interested Nigerians reacted, raising different opinions, criticizing President Buhari's administration for alleged ineptness.
However, Adamu Garba, a former presidential aide reacted in support of CBN's order as he hinted that cow ranching is more profitable than cryptocurrencies.
According to him, it is better for people to invest in cows than for them to invest in a shortcut like cryptocurrency. Adamu tweeted saying, "cowtocurrency the real deal! Highly profitable.
Adamu went on saying in a Twitter post that people who may have lost money in Crypto schemes should now join cowtocurrency and invest in more profitable businesses and assets like cows.
Nigerians have blasted him for his opinion in the comment section of his post. The ban on cryptocurrency transaction will no doubt affect mostly the youths. This is a sad news to Nigerian youths and investors.
Adamu says cowtocurrency is the real deal! What's your opinion? Is he making sense or nonsense according to opinions?
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