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EFCC Declares Founder of INKNATION wanted for alleged Fraud

EFCC has declared founder of INKSNATION wanted, The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has declared Omotade- Sparks Amos Sewanu of InksNation wanted for an alleged fraud worth N32 million while floating a digital currency called “Pinkoin”.

The EFCC, in an advertorial published by The Nation newspaper on Wednesday, also accused Sewanu of obtaining money under false pretence and name-dropping.
Sewanu has been claiming he would eradicate poverty in Nigeria in six months by paying every citizen N120,000 per month on the InksNation project that started in 2019.

In a letter he wrote to EFCC, he stated that
even newborn babies who were born every day could earn as much as N120,000 daily if his idea was allowed to stand.
He went further in a tweet by the official
account of InksNation to claim that if his
mission failed in less than a year, he should be sentenced for life imprisonment.
The Stakeholders in Blockchain Technology Association of Nigeria (SIBAN) in June labelled InksNation’s purported crypto coin, Pinkoin, a scam.
SIBAN warned that “members of the blockchain community and the general public should
beware of the InksNation project.
“We have labelled it a scam because it has a Ponzi scheme model, whether the promoters and followers concede to this reality or not.
“Sooner or later, the promoters and their
followers will come to realise this, if they do not already do,” the association said.
EFCC Declares Founder of INKNATION wanted for alleged Fraud EFCC Declares Founder of INKNATION wanted for alleged Fraud Reviewed by Ojo Ayomiotan Daniel(c.e.o Ayomite media) on November 11, 2020 Rating: 5


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