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Nigeria’s Former Senate President Calls For Fintech Expansion, Job Creation.

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Former governor of Kwara State and past senate president, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki,  said that, with over 33.3 per cent or 23 million of Nigeria’s working-age population out of work, Nigeria must begin to look into how to create more…

Africa Fintech Start-ups Growth: Nigeria Maintains Control.

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The number of fintech start-ups domiciled in Africa rose to 576 in 2021 atest report study from Disrupt Africa, a 17.3% leap from 491 start-ups that were operating in Africa in 2019. This was revealed in a study report by…

Fintech Association of Nigeria Appoints New Board of Trustees

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The Fintech Association of Nigeria has appointed new board of Trustees in other to achieve its 3 year strategic plan for a better Fintech ecosystem in Nigeria.

CAFEi Nigeria Suggests Blockchain for Identity Management to Achieve Financial Inclusion.

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Consumer Awareness and Financial Enlightenment Initiative (CAFEi), suggests the use of blockchain to fix the identity management issue in Nigeria.

SEC Nigeria Will Be Releasing New Guidelines For the Regulation of Digital Assets—Cryptocurrency.

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Fintech Association of Nigeria confirms that SEC Nigeria will be releasing new guidelines for the regulation of cryptocurrency.

Top 6 Predictions That Will Drive Innovations in Nigeria’s Tech Space in 2020

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Experts believe that these top 6 predictions can drive innovations in the Nigeria’s tech space, this 2020.

Africa VC Funding to Drop by 40 Percent in 2020, report says.

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A new report predicts Africa Venture Capital Funding to Drop by 40 Percent in 2020.

Recruitment Platform Publishes Job Advert for CEO of Nigerian Stock Exchange.

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Nigerian Stock Exchange is looking for a successor to Chief Executive Officer, Oscar Onyema, who will be finishing his two terms of 5-year each leadership of the exchange.

Blockchain Will Help Nigeria to Achieve Financial Inclusion Through Mobile Money Services.

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Coming to Nigeria, the story is not the same. The first mobile money service in Nigeria dates back to 2009. Since then, a dozen new mobile money service providers have emerged with Paga currently, topping the list. 

Banking Crisis: Nigeria Banks Looking to Increase Earnings From Fintech Following the Increase in Debt Owed by Independent Oil Producing Firms.

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Nigeria Banks is looking to increase earnings following the pressure on banks’ earning due to the unpaid loans owed by independent oil producing firms.