The wealthiest man in Africa, Aliko Dangote, whose date of birth is April 10, 1957, celebrated his 64th birthday recently.Not only did his family celebrate him, but the whole of Africa also celebrated the Nigerian billionaire.However, among the group of persons who celebrated Dangote on his day, Access Bank stood out, with a special cake the group commissioned for the business mogul, that caused many Nigerians to react.
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Aliko Dangote, Africa's richest man, was born on April 10, 1957, and recently celebrated his 64th birthday.The Nigerian billionaire was feted not only by his family, but also by the rest of Africa.However, Access Bank stood out among those who celebrated Dangote on his birthday, with a special cake the bank commissioned for the business mogul that drew the attention of many Nigerians.
Access Bank Lagos City Marathon has become a yearly activity sponsored by Access Bank PLC.Over 100,000 people participated in 2020 in the race.However, for safety measures, only 300 were allowed to race in the 2021 edition.Not long ago, a Kenya man identified as Emmanuel Naibei broke the line and emerges as the winner in the male category.
It's no longer a new thing in the country as many people are aware of the ban that the Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN) placed on Bitcoin. The Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN) placed a ban on Crytocurrency trading in the country. As of 5th of February, 2021, the ban was effective thereby urging individuals not to trade bitcoin or any crytocurrency in the country. The news came as a great shock to investors and traders of bitcoin and other cryptocurrency in the country. Few days after the ban was placed on cryptocurrency
Few years ago, the attention People placed on Cryptocurrency was not that much. Most people never bothered themselves with Crypto Currency. But in the last 1 year, the attention that Cryptocurrency gained in Nigeria, drastically rose up. And Nigerians have now started investing, and also trading in Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, ethereum, and the rest). Few days, the Central Bank of Nigeria decided to place a ban on the use of Cryptocurrency in Nigeria. They banned all form of transactions in Nigeria, that involves
Last week, the Federal Government of Nigeria and the Central Bank of Nigeria released a memo prohibiting Nigerian banks from getting involved in transactions involving cryptocurrency. According to the memo, trading cryptocurrency is illegal in the country and no bank should support such transactions from customers. Many Nigerians frowned at this development. It's no news that a large volume of bitcoin and other forms of cryptocurrency are being traded daily in the country. Although, there are speculations that