The Globalist elites want everyone under their thumb and Nigeria has now become ground zero for the rollout of a digital ID system run by Microsoft and funded by the globalists.
Dubbed the Nigeria Digital Identification for Development (ID4D) endeavor, the project will see Microsoft partner with Abuja in the areas of “data protection and capacity development.”
“We are here to ensure that we support you to make things work very well. We are happy with the achievements Nigeria ID4D has recorded in such a short period,” Microsoft Government Affairs Lead Nonye Ujam stated in a press release.
“Microsoft Corporation has made a lot of investments and interventions in capacity development and cyber security. Beyond supporting governments in the area of capacity development, Microsoft meets their stakeholders where they are [to] close identified gaps. As people are working hard to upgrade and update themselves, that is how hard the bad players are working to update their skills. This is why we must take data protection and cybersecurity very seriously.”
Nigeria ID4D Project Coordinator Musa Odole Solomon said his team is “open to collaborating with as many relevant stakeholders as possible,” adding that they are “working very hard” in the area of data protection.
“We are constrained by time, considering the fact that the elections are close,” said Solomon, referring to the country’s polls in February and March 2023.
“We are battling to ensure that we balance the urgency with quality. It will not just be done very quickly, but also very well.”
Microsoft has also been asked to consider extending their involvement into other entities involved, which includes the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) – the agency that issues, maintains and monitors national ID numbers.
Natural News reported:
While the Nigeria ID4D project and the national ID number system put in place by Abuja seeks to address identity fraud, such systems actually cause more harm than good – as seen in the example of India’s Aadhaar digital ID system. Aadhar’s creator, Indian billionaire Nandan Nilekani, had been branded by Gates himself as a “hero.”
The technocrat behind Microsoft has been vocal in bringing the “Aadhaar approach to other countries” including Nigeria.
Around 1.3 billion Indians had been forced to enroll into Aadhaar in order to access public health services. The digital ID system also caused the death of three individuals in the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand in 2017.
The new systems have not been without glitches and some people have nearly starved to death after their new ID cards and systems failed or were canceled and they were unable to purchase rice because of it.
Some have died, including children, begging for rice after they were unable to use the systems that have been put in place.