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A businessman offers Davido N12.7 million in rare coins to add to his N251 million donation.

Charles Awuzie, a Nigerian businessman, has offered to give Davido his coins worth millions of naira to help him pay off the debt he incurred as a result of the crowdfunding campaign, which he has contributed to various orphanages in Nigeria.

A businessman offers Davido N12.7 million in rare coins to add to his N251 million donation.

Davido recently received a total of N201 million in donations from friends, admirers, and colleagues, to which he donated his own N50 million to be distributed to the less fortunate at various orphanages and institutions.

Awuzie, a Forbes Business Council member, announced that he would be donating 50 million Transhuman coins worth $31,000. (12.7 Million Naira). He also called for Africa to have more wonderful sons like Davido in the Facebook post.

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The following is an excerpt from the post:

“Permit me to pay tribute to Africa’s Greatest Musician, #Davido…. AUTHOR: Charles Awuzie

“He has done something that no one expected him to do…

“For his birthday celebration, he raised about $500,000 and donated it to charity.”

“Please inform Davido that Charles Awuzie would want to gift 50 million Transhuman Coin to him if you know anyone close to him.” This gift is worth $31,000 USD, or N12,7 million Naira.

“You can contact us by email at admin@transhumancoin.finance or through my inbox.”

He can opt to HOLD this 50 million Transhuman Coin for a year, during which time the value of the coin could rise to $1 per THC, giving him $50 million to do further good in Africa.”

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