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Liberty Family Launches Wealth Creation Social Platform

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Posted: Nov 2, 2016 at 4:20 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

By Yemi Adebisi.

Lagos – In the wake of the current economic recession, a group of Nigerian businessmen has introduced an economic and wealth creation social media platform where participants have been guaranteed of making millions of naira with minimum contributions.

Registered with the Interswitch, the Liberty Family Multi Service Limited, led by its chief executive officer (CEO), Francis Ben-Adesokan said its goal is to create financial assistance for enabling citizens to live a comfortable life. The package tagged ‘My Liberty Family’ is structured to produce financially enabled virtual family members. Adesokan, a multinational business expert is a Pastor in Christ Embassy Lagos Zone 1.

“When you choose to become a member of My Liberty Family, you would be asked to fulfill an obligation to certain members of your virtual family tree from whose lineage you are coming into the family system. And finally you would be asked to select either of two options. Both carry different financial rewards,” said Adesokan.


With the minimum of contribution of N25,000, the participant, who would be giving a birth code on registration is able to receive financial support in excess of N5 million from other virtual family members within seven months of existing in the family.

Among other options, in case the participant intends to reproduce three of his kind within 21 days of registration, the participant receives financial incentive at every level of growth apart from a financial support in excess of N10 million from other virtual family members within five or seven months of membership.

Liking the scheme to the ageless local contribution such as ‘Ajo’ or ‘Esusu’, Adesokan, while speaking at a press parley on Tuesday in Lagos, said all the transactions would be automated and it does not involve sales of any product. He also said the organisation has met with the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) to analyse the detail of the scope of the business.

He also said the group has set up a team of business counselor who can guide participants in various ways of investing their millions.