Ex female Banker starts a new tech company, raises $1m in first public sales

Ex female Banker starts a new tech company, raises $1m in first public sales

Deborah Ojengbede a former banker started a tech company (AFEN Group) that has raised up to a million dollars on her first public sales.

The 27 years old resigned from her banking job to create a company that helps to digitalize African art, real estate and education.

AFEN believes in using the BSC technology (Binance Smart Chain) to solve the problem that causes limitation to African art, real estate and education.

AFEN is the first crypto and NFT (non-fungible token) to be supported by the government.

Source: Vanguard

Omojuwa debunks Obi Ezekwesili’s involvement in Alpha Reach

Alpha Reach Founder and Social media Imfluencer, JJ Omojuwa has released a press statement denying economic analyst, Dr. Obi Ezekwesili as part-owner of Alpha Reach.

“Alpha Reach wishes to state that at no time was Dr. Mrs. Obiageli Ezekwesili a part-owner of Alpha Reach, and she is not a member of the Alpha Reach Board. This clarification is necessary because of insinuations being made that she is/was a co-owner of Alpha Reach.”

He also said Alpha Reach was not “involved in the campaign making the rounds. And neither did any Alpha Reach staff pay anyone on behalf of Alpha Reach.”