With the Central Bank of Nigeria bans on all forms of Cryptocurrency trades and ordering banks to close accounts of any customer linked with Cryptocurrency business.
Nigerians have received the news with mixed reactions as majority of the citizens calling out the Federal government for foul play.
A former Presidential Aspirant identified as Adamu Garba have taken to his verified Twitter page to call on Nigerians to invest in Cows rather than Cryptocurrency. According to him, investing in cows is more lucrative and the real business.
Though many Nigerians do not agree with him on this and many have called on the government to quickly reverse the order.
View his tweet here:
Police Nab Woman For Trying To Sell Her 4-month-old Baby For N40k In Ebonyi
A 32-year-old lady alleged to be a prostitute has been apprehended by the police in Ebonyi state for allegedly trying to sell her little baby for a paltry sum of N40,000.
The woman identified as Victoria Chukwube, was arrested by the police, while she was negotiating to sell her four-month-hold baby boy to raise money to start selling drinks
Loveth Odah, the Ebonyi state police spokesperson, said the suspect was arrested following a tip off.
“So her name is Chukwube Victoria, she told us she is a commercial sex hawker and that she has this baby which she carrying.
“She said if she leaves here she would continue to look out for prospective buyers.
“But we tried to talk to her and to make her see the value of being a mother, but she refused.
“She even told us that if we allow her to go home with the baby she will throw the baby away and that she can’t tell who got her pregnant.”
When she was being interrogated, Chukwube declined to reveal her state of origin or local government but insisted that she wanted to sell the baby because she lacks the financial capacity to take care of him.
“I am from Nigeria, 32 years old, a commercial sex hawker and my baby is just four months old.
“I want to sell the baby at the rate of N40,000 to start up a business. I have a fridge and I reside at Ogbe Hausa in Abakaliki.”