A Nigerian firm with the name InksNation has promised to end poverty in the country withing 6 to 9 months.
This was made known in a twitter post on the firm’s official twitter handle in a letter addressed to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Thursday.
In a letter addressed to the EFCC on the firm’s twitter handle, the writer who claims to be the CEO, Omotade-Sparks Amos, stated that the firm has built a “Nigeria-To-The-World Blockchain (iBLedger) which can end poverty in any country in 6-9 months”.
Below is the letter addressed to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission:
This has however generated mixed reactions on twitter as some expressed optimism while others opined that it was just another means to defraud Nigerians.
See twitter reactions below:
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