Investing in cows better than cryptocurrency – Adamu Garba

Adamu Garba, controversial Nigerian businessman and former presidential aspirant, has stated that investing in cows is better any form of cryptocurrency business.

Investing in cows better than cryptocurrency – Adamu Garba

In a post he made on Twitter, Garba wrote that many people have lost money in Crypto schemes, which they would have avoided if they invested in Cattle ranching.

He wrote:

Better Investments! Those who might have lost their monies through a shortcut business called Crypto should learn to invest on real assets, like cows, which assured of huge returns on investment. Cow Ranching business is more lucrative than all cryptocurrencies combined.

Many Nigerians who do not find his post interesting in any form, took to his comment section to blast him amidst the recent banning of cryptocurrency in the country.

Ur likes in power won’t create a job then d youth find means 2 empower themselve yet u people find ways 2 break their spirit u all will meet ur end soon.Tht was my profit 2days ago 4 an investment of $8,000 so tell me wat cattle business wil u invest $8000 dollar n get $60,150

This , *picks goat meat sorrowful and chews* the fact that an unstable man is given power , connections based on allhaji vibes does not mean his initial default settings has changed , it means he now has to say rubbish in a fine background and convince feeble people * belches*

*** Na politics business be sure shortcut business, all you guys want is to gather people and be dashing them 10k after every 4 years to vote you people in. God will surely punish all of you

*** I can’t believe you’re a human being living in the 21st century.. like how on Earth do we share the same nationality ??? Am very disappointed, but I won’t blame you, I blame Lord Lugard and his Ashawo wife… On a good day what would have brought us together as one nation ??

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