Friday, July 19, 2024

Kenyans confess eye problems after Worldcoin expose

After the controversial Worldcoin registration, Kenyans who had been exposed to the exercised have confessed experiencing eye problems.

Others who signed up with the promise of receiving Ksh 7,000 were duped after the exercise and instead received Ksh 2,000 without any explanation as to when and how they will receive the balance.

The users of the technology were speaking on Tuesday before the National Assembly Ad Hoc Committee where they revealed experiencing eye problems especially after exposure to the UV light.

“After the scan, my eyes started becoming watery. I have been on prescribed glasses ever since that time. I don’t know if it is a coincidence or it is the world coin scan,” said one of the users.

According to them, the process was meant to confirm that the person being scanned was indeed a human being but they were duped when they received Ksh 2,000 instead of Ksh 7,000.

They came to school and registered us. They used Iris scan to verify that you are a human being. Upon verifying that you are a human being, they would give you 25 World coins which is currently equivalent to 70 USD. They promised Ksh.7,000 but I got only Ksh.2,000 on M-Pesa,” “said one of the users.

Also appearing before the committee was Central Bank of Kenya Governor Kamau Thugge who denied issuing any approvals to the company to scan people’s iris in exchange of money.

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