A socio-political activist, Reno Omokri has expressed pessimism that President Muhammadu Buhari’s call for foreign investors to invest in the newly launched digital currency, e-Naira may not yield fruit.

Recall that Nigeria became the first country in Africa to launch digital currency after President Buhari formally unveiled the e-Naira on October 25 at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

 

The President subsequently solicited investment from foreign investors as a means of boosting the currency, which was initiated by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN.

 

Reno, in a recent post on his verified Facebook page, said foreigners may not invest in the e-Naira following the ban placed on Cryptocurrency by the Federal Government.

 

According to Reno, Buhari banned cryptocurrency just to create his own (e-Naira).

 

He challenged the President to use the medium to remit civil servants’ remunerations as proof that the e-Naira is authentic.

 

The post reads:-

“To show how confused Buhari is, he banned #Cryptocurrency. Then created his own digital currency, and asked foreign investors, many of whom are heavily into crypto, to invest in e-Naira.

 

“It is like banning Scottish whisky then asking Scotland to invest in palm wine! If Buhari really believes in e-Naira, let him use it to pay his so-called repentant Boko Haram and see how long they stay repentant.

 

“Even his own government is not using E-Naira to process payments to civil servants, the military and police and N-power beneficiaries”.

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    1. A socio-political activist, Reno Omokri has expressed pessimism that President Muhammadu Buhari’s call for foreign investors to invest in the newly launched digital currency, e-Naira may not yield fruit.

  1. The President subsequently solicited investment from foreign investors as a means of boosting the currency, which was initiated by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN.

    1. The President subsequently solicited investment from foreign investors as a means of boosting the currency, which was initiated by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBNG

  2. The President subsequently solicited investment from foreign investors as a means of boosting the currency, which was initiated by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN.

  3. A socio-political activist, Reno Omokri has expressed pessimism that President Muhammadu Buhari’s call for foreign investors to invest in the…

  4. A socio-political activist, Reno Omokri has expressed pessimism that President Muhammadu Buhari’s call for foreign investors to invest in the newly launched digital currency, e-Naira may not yield fruit.

  5. Reno, in a recent post on his verified Facebook page, said foreigners may not invest in the e-Naira following the ban placed on Cryptocurrency by the Federal Government.

  6. Thanks for the update Climaxtrend A socio-political activist, Reno Omokri has expressed pessimism that President Muhammadu Buhari’s call for foreign investors to invest in the newly launched digital currency, e-Naira may not yield fruit.

    Recall that Nigeria became the first country in Africa to launch digital currency after President Buhari formally unveiled the e-Naira on October 25 at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

    The President subsequently solicited investment from foreign investors as a means of boosting the currency, which was initiated by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN.

    Reno, in a recent post on his verified Facebook page, said foreigners may not invest in the e-Naira following the ban placed on Cryptocurrency by the Federal Government.

    According to Reno, Buhari banned cryptocurrency just to create his own (e-Naira).

    He challenged the President to use the medium to remit civil servants’ remunerations as proof that the e-Naira is authentic.

    The post reads:-

    “To show how confused Buhari is, he banned #Cryptocurrency. Then created his own digital currency, and asked foreign investors, many of whom are heavily into crypto, to invest in e-Naira.

    “It is like banning Scottish whisky then asking Scotland to invest in palm wine! If Buhari really believes in e-Naira, let him use it to pay his so-called repentant Boko Haram and see how long they stay repentant.

    “Even his own government is not using E-Naira to process payments to civil servants, the military and police and N-power beneficiaries”.

  7. Recall that Nigeria became the first country in Africa to launch digital currency after President Buhari formally unveiled the e-Naira on October 25 at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

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  9. “To show how confused Buhari is, he banned #Cryptocurrency. Then created his own digital currency, and asked foreign investors, many of whom are heavily into crypto, to invest in e-Naira.

  10. investment from foreign investors as a means of boosting the currency, which was initiated by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN.

    Reno, in a recent post on his verified Facebook page, said foreigners may not invest in the e-Naira following the ban placed on Cryptocurrency by the Federal Government.

    According to Reno, Buhari banned cryptocurrency just to create his own (e-Naira).

    He challenged the President to use the medium to remit civil servants’ remunerations as proof that the e-Naira is authentic.

    The post reads:-

    “To show how confused Buhari is, he banned #Cryptocurrency. Then created his own digital

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