Billions and Billions of dollars aren’t making it out of the Nigerian Banking system and into your account right now.
Five days ago, the Appfrica tech blog reported an Internet blackout in Benin, a West African country roughly the size of Ohio. The outage, which also affected neighboring Togo, Niger and Nigeria, was caused by damage to the SAT-3 submarine communications cable, which links Portugal and Spain to South Africa via the West African coastline.
I can only imagine the chaos being felt by all of those folks who are trying to use American accounts to get the sum of 1,500,000,000 that they’ve inherited out of the country.
Tis a shame.