Black Wall Street (BWS), Africa’s largest and only economic development platform, has began automatically withdrawing profits from investment points earned through regular product purchases on Redirect Mall.
The withdrawal, which occurred on 5th October 2021, the birthday of Charles N Lambert, the founder of New Black Wall Street, is a watershed moment for many investors worldwide who invested their money to purchase a slot in the Universal Poverty Alleviation [UPAP] on the BWS platform.
Ashaolu Oluwatimilehin James, one of the investors who withdrew on Tuesday morning, delivered the good news in a video made available to news organizations, expressing his excitement to be a part of the liberation movement and urging Africans to join the moment.
“This morning, I made a direct deposit into my bank account, and I’m overjoyed,” he explained.
Take a look at the videos below:
UPAP is a stock that represents the entire business operations of Back Wall Street. It pays a monthly dividend of $100 and has a cash-out value of $30,000.
UPAP has been purchased in over 56 countries worldwide, including the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Canada, France, Ireland, Australia, and the United Arab Emirates, as well as every country in Africa.
Gabriel Nsofor, a content provider, describes BWS as “an embodiment of financial freedom, a message of hope, an empowerment tool, a rare investment opportunity, a search for economic recovery, and a quest for African economic democracy.”
Organic investors have been getting monthly returns but have been unable to withdraw them for months, so this breakthrough is a great move.
There are still places available in this stock, and you can secure one. Avoid being left out.
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