Breaking: Minister debunks Inksnation support news

The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy (FMCDE), Dr Isa Pantami has reacted to an Inksnation Debit Card bearing his picture on a claim that he has been 'inksnated.'

The Debit Card bears the inscription 'A new democracy of global money supported by a digital Sheik Dr Isah Ali Pantami" which alleges that the  Inksnation scheme is being supported by the Minister Pantami.

The Federal Ministry of Communication and Digital Communication on their twitter handle has alerted the public to be wary of such fake news and false claim by the promoters of the questionable scheme.

The unwarranted inclusion of the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy further questions the credibility of the scheme which claims a financial liberation through a digital crypto currency known as 'Pinkoin' which allegedly can be exchanged to the Nigerian Naira and other Fiat Currencies.

The Nations News Paper had on Wednesday 11th November, 2020 published the Founder of the Cryptocurrency, Omotade-Sparks Amos Sewanu on the wanted list by the Economic Financial Crimes Commision (EFCC) which he debunked as fake news to his members on their Facebook group, on claim that he had sort the permission of the Anti-graft Agency before initiating the Cryptocurrency Project in Nigeria.

In the poorly edited letter allegedly written to EFCC, he has called on the Anti-graft Agency to  sentence him to Life imprisonment should his quest to end poverty in 6-9 months through his Poverty Eradication and Smart Urbanisation Scheme fails.

Meanwhile, some of his followers have grown wildwings following his demand for BVN as a means of Verification in the scheme as many liken it to MMM or the failed TBC (The Billion Coin) which had similar bourgeois claims before swindling investors of their hard-earned money.

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