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

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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

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President Buhari in Paris

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President Buhari delivers Keynote address at the High Level Nigeria International partnership Forum in Paris, France on 10th Nov 2021

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War on Cryptocurrency

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Banks fulfills government directives of fishing out accounts linked with crypto or trading Such accounts ends up been frozen.

Banks have now published ways to know accounts heavily funded by crypto trading.

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Taooma meets Vice President Osinbanjo

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Popular skit maker, Maryam Apaokagi aka Taooma met with the Vice President of the Federation, Prof Osinbajo at the Presidential Villa.

She revealed that she advocated for the lifting of twitter ban as it serves as major means of livelihood for youth and other SMEs.

Also, she claimed that she discussed the brutality of police towards the youth populace.

The Vice President however assured that necessary actions will be taken.

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