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Kithure Kindiki Suspends Any World Coin Activities in The Country

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The Interior Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Interior and National Administration, Republic of Kenya, has dismissed all Worldcoin activities taking place in the country.

Speaking earlier today, the CS said that the public’s safety and integrity of financial transactions must be prioritized first before they have second thoughts on them.

“The Government has suspended forthwith the activities of ‘World Coin’ and any other entity that may be similarly engaging the people of Kenya until relevant public agencies certify the absence of any risks to the general public whatsoever.”

This practice, which is referred to as World Coin, involves the registration of citizens through scanning their eyeballs to confirm if they are beings. Thousands of Kenyans flocked to the Kenya International Convention Centre (KICC) so that they could be registered in the world’s Al cryptocurrency, an act that has been considered to be giving people free coins the moment they have created an account through sharing their personal information.

Prof. Kindiki added that legal action will be taken against anyone who doesn’t abide by the above-given direction.

“Relevant security, financial services, and data protection agencies have commenced inquiries and investigations to establish the authenticity and legality of the aforesaid activities, the safety and protection of the data being harvested, and how the harvesters intend to use the data.”


Almost a total of 300,000 Kenyans have signed up for the World Coin Program, with expectations to receive a sum of up to 7,000 Ksh.

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