Through the power of Fintech, virtual mini Banks are springing up everywhere in cyberspace. OKash, a subsidiary of Opay, is one of the most popular nano loan Apps offering personal loans to Nigerians. The OKash loan App on Google Play Store already has 1M + downloads and over 43,000 reviews.
Okash is 54.
Okash = O + K + A + S + H
= 15 + 11 + 1 + 19 + 8
= 54 (World Bank)
OKash and Cyberspace are microcosm and macrocosm. Cyberspace is the World Bank and OKash is the microcosm of the World Bank.
Considering that 54 is the product of the six square faces and the nine small squares in a square face of Rubik’s Cube, OKash is a box investors put money and the money is given out as instant nano loans.
OKash logo is OK.
OKash = OK
= O + K
= 15 + 11
= 26 (qi)
The 3×3×3 magic cube once concealed is now manifesting online and startups in Africa are already catching in. Money invested in these Apps are qi life energy.
Qi (life) circulates when money flows from OKash to the poor and profit flows back to the investor. That is how the World Bank works. Money invested into these Apps are converted to data (26) flowing as qi to the people receiving the loans.
Loan Apps like OKash are a new and effective strategy of combating hunger amongst the poorest of people. Unlike The World Bank Group focussing more on alocating money to mega projects in developing countries, these loan Apps put money directly in the hands of people who don’t have anything to eat and just needed money to afford food for a day.
OKash offers $6 (3000 Naira) loan. What would cause someone to seek $6 to pay back with interest except that he is highly impoverished.
Microfinance Banks offering micro loans in developing countries are already using Apps to offer nano loans to mobile users. OKash is presented by Blue Ridge Microfinance Bank Limited.