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Elon Musk will make you feel like a lazy brain – Charles Awuzie




What a time to be alive

Elon Musk will make you feel like a lazy brain. SpaceX’s ambition of colonizing Mars is slowly becoming a reality. I believe that Musk will achieve his goal of relocating humanity to Mars. This is what it means to TAKE DOMINION over the universe. You don’t achieve this mandate by Religious repetitions but through technological advancement.
Religion must teach Technology and Science as tools for expressing “God” on earth. Anything short of that is empty rhetorics.

Congratulations Elon Musk. Congratulations Humanity. We are doing exploits in this generation.

AI… Space…. Stopping Ageing… Stopping Death… Curing cancer…. Blockchain … All happening in one generation!!!

Truly, whatever the human mind can conceive, it can achieve.

My name is Charles Awuzie and I am not an observer in this season – I’m a major player.


From June , all content creators in Nigeria will be able to make Millions from Facebook .  But Cameroon won’t , here is why



Facebook is the highest app that pays its creators .  Facebook monetization has become a popular way for content creators to earn money through their engaging and creative content. However, not all countries have access to Facebook’s monetization features. While many content creators in Nigeria  will be buying houses from Facebook money  from June , Cameroonians will either switch their location or move to an eligible country . 

Cameroon  is currently not approved for Facebook monetization despite the fact that her neighbor Nigeria will be eligible by June . The reasons for this can be attributed to the following factors:

1. Legal and Regulatory Compliance:

Cameroon’s legal and regulatory framework may not be fully compatible with Facebook’s monetization policies. The country has been working on improving its digital laws and regulations, but there may still be gaps that need to be addressed before Facebook can offer its monetization features. The taxes sometimes scares investors too

2. Market Viability:

Although Cameroon has a growing number of internet users, the overall digital advertising market size remains relatively small. This may make it less attractive for Facebook to prioritize monetization features in the country. The numbers of active internet users in Cameroon is not up to the number in 2 states in Nigeria

3. Payment Infrastructure:

Cameroon’s payment infrastructure is still developing, with limited access to international payment gateways. This can pose challenges for Facebook in implementing its monetization features in the country.Getting just a bank account and a functional prepaid card  is not even easy  .

4. Local Content and Language Support:

While Cameroon has a diverse linguistic landscape, the presence of local content creators on Facebook  is still limited. This could be another factor contributing to the absence of Facebook monetization in the country.

Facebook’s monetization approval process involves several criteria, including legal and regulatory compliance, market viability, payment infrastructure, and local content and language support. In the case of Cameroon, the absence of Facebook monetization can be attributed to a combination of these factors. As the country continues to develop its digital landscape, it is possible that Facebook may eventually approve Cameroon for monetization, allowing local content creators to benefit from the platform’s revenue-generating features .

For now , it will be important the content creators change their location or move to an eligible
Country .As a content creator , you should know how these things work

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Introducing Immortal Pay: Your One-Stop Solution for Airtime, Data, Cable TV, Electricity Tokens, and Exam Pins




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Nigerian Binance users in trouble as court orders Binance to release comprehensive data of Nigerian Binance users to EFCC




Emeka Nwite, presiding judge, gave the ruling on an ex parte motion moved by Ekele Iheanacho, EFCC’s lawyer, on February 29.

“The applicant’s application dated and filed 29th February 2024, is hereby granted as prayed,” the judge held.

“That an order of this honourable court is hereby made directing the operators of Binance to provide the commission with comprehensive data/information relating to all persons from Nigeria trading on its platform.”

The ex-parte motion, marked: FHC/ABJ/CS/259/2024, was brought pursuant to Sections 6(b), (h), (I), 7(1), (a)(2), and 38 of the Economic and Financial Crimes Establishment Act, 2004 and Section 15 of the Money Laundering (Prevention and Prohibition) Act, 2022 (as amended) and the inherent powers of the court.

In the affidavit in support of the motion, Hamma Bello, an operative of the EFCC, said following the inauguration of the Technical Committee on Currency Stability and Forex Manipulation by the ONSA, the special investigation team (SIT) “received an intelligence stating the nefarious activities (money laundering and terrorism financing) on Binance, a cryptocurrency exchange platform”.

“That on receipt of the intelligence, the team began investigation by conducting surveillance of the activities of the platform,” Bello said.

“The team uncovered users who have been using the platform for price discovery, confirmation and market manipulation which has caused tremendous distortions in the market, resulting in the Naira losing its value against other currencies.

“The damage the platform has caused was clearly explained to the operators of the platform and they were requested to delist the Naira and avail the ONSA on the activities of the Nigerians on their platform.

“The information afforded to the team by Binance shows that the total trading volume from Nigeria in 2023 alone stood at $21.6 (twenty-one billion, six hundred million dollars).

“Attached and marked as Exhibit EFCC 1 is a copy of the document from Binance to the ONSA stating this fact amongst others.

“That the commission will ensure that investigation is conducted within such reasonable time.”

Bello stated that the information would help the panel with its investigation, and that the subject was of the utmost urgent public interest.

He claimed that granting the application was in the interest of justice because rejecting the request would seriously impede the commission’s inquiry.

This news has brute fear in the minds of so many Nigerian  as they know that in no distant time time efcc restart inquiry and begins confiscation of their assets following the crypto ban of 2020 under the leadership of president Muhammadu Buhari.

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