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Commercialization of Upap to Begin Industrialization of Africa

The leader of Africa's first economic war for financial independence adds that the Black Wall Street will through the Economic Circle social media promote the options to purchase Upap from organic investors driving enquires to you at any point you wish to sell any of your slots
posted onJuly 8, 2021
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Following a successful meeting with Premium Distributors, it is now obvious that the Universal Poverty Alleviation Program (UPAP) will be finished in a few weeks, the Chairman of the Black Wall Street (BWS) Charles N Lambert has announced.

Mr. Lambert says in a message released Thursday afternoon that upon exhaustion of the current Upap slots on the BWS platform and the commencement of automatic withdrawal of dividends due in a few weeks too, organic investors will now have an opportunity to sell their Upap to anyone in the public and bids will begin at $3,000 per slot.

"You will now see the actual value of a dividend paying stock seeing that Amazon with all its success has not yet paid any dividend to their investors though the stock values have greatly appreciated," Mr. Lambert says.

Watch: UPAP Breaking Good News Part I

The leader of Africa's first economic war for financial independence adds that the Black Wall Street will through the Economic Circle social media promote the options to purchase Upap from organic investors driving enquires to you at any point you wish to sell any of your slots.

"Payments will be made with Investment Points and converted to dollars by the platform for you," Mr. Lambert notes.

View More: UPAP Breaking Good News Part II

He explains that once the UPAP clock down hits zero, the options to sell your slot to anyone in the public will become available on your dashboard and a short video explaining terms and how to use will also be provided. 

"This ability to sell shares acquired through regular consumer product purchase is the most important catalyst for the industrialization of the African continent as it would propagate the concept of Democratic Economy powered by the Ubuntu Spirit," says Mr. Lambert.

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