The platform had done it again. WordPress had proved again that the platform is reliable and dependable.
It was this period last year that our new Nigerian government came up with policy banning acceptance of foreign currency across commercial bank’s counter. Even with domiciliary accounts.
I actually paid through PayPal but somehow, the payment was returned at the time the Visa card had already expired. I desperately did a post titled “To Whom It May Concern”. The response was prompt and the intended penalty for default of domain name payment set aside.
A year after, my mind was set on $36 but it was only $18 asked for. That mean WordPress were true to their word. I really appreciate this. Thank you WordPress.
We gladly commend PayPal lifting embargo on Nigeria partly. A welcome development with a K leg.
If PayPal disallow a country from receiving but only to send money, it’s as good as nothing in a way. Though it would be good for Nigerians who major in importing but not good enough for those who want to make legitimate earnings from online entrepreneurship.
It is very challenging to earnesting the abundance of opportunities that the internet presents.
With such restriction, where do we start? PayPal is known for making the world a better place on legitimate global financial transactions that’s well appreciated.
Those of us on self development journey are not just there for just ourselves only but to impart on greater populace of Africa. That they can turn around their life possitively too doing what is globally accepted, to make a legitimate living.
Internet is a gift of God to humanity for enhancement, and PayPal, a prominent tool should make its working broader to
accommodate the potential of global growth.
Nigerians are dynamic people, though there are pocket of bad eggs here and there. That’s not peculiar to Nigeria alone. It’s already very diffficult for business to grow here because of lack sensitivity of the leaders to provide infrastructures because of corrupt practises.
We welcome PayPal and we send forth appeal for them to look into the issue again in their assessment of what is required of a nation to have their mandate to receive.