Wakanda Inu Review: Legit or Scam? Do your Due Diligence.

I first noticed Wakanda Inu token on twitter. It was basically being shilled by a Nigerian EdTech C.E.O and Crypto Expert, Chris Ani.

According to him, Wakanda Inu started with a simple question. “Why is there no successful African project with at least $100 million market cap in the market..”

Another popular Nigerian crypto entrepreneur and founder of Tatcoin, Gaius Chibueze, immediately followed and replied that

“This is the mindset, we are tired of only consuming. Let’s go…”

Clearly, this meme token was created to sort of put Africa on the map. To rival other meme tokens, asian created and maybe force a native african meme token, into global consciousness.

I have decided to review Wakanda Inu, to find out if, it is safe investment consideration. Or if it is a project that is a rug pull waiting to happen.

Before you go on reading, here’s an important information you need to know.

I’m not a banker or a financial expert. I will not be held responsible for your financial decisions. This article is just a guide for educational purpose. I’m not here to promote or disparage any coin, heck, I don’t even know their creators. I consider my analysis to be objective and fair. If you are not satisfied with the things I say, you can always do your own research. And express your dissatisfaction in the comment section.

With that almighty disclaimer out of the way, let’s dive in!

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