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Adesuwa Okunbo Rhodes

4 Dec
+ Oversubscribed fund secures large backing from global institutional LPs Aruwa Capital Management (“Aruwa” or “Aruwa Capital”), a Lagos based female founded and led early-stage growth equity and gender lens investment fund, is pleased to announce the successful close of its first institutional fund, which was oversubscribed, surpassing its target of $20 million. The fund’s…
15 Feb 2022
A Nigerian Y Combinator-backed agency banking company, CrowdForce, has announced it closed a $3.6 million pre series-A investment, which would be used to increase its agent network.   According to a statement signed by the company, access to financial services in Nigeria remains a challenge. There are 4.8 bank branches and 19 ATMs per 100,000…
8 Feb 2020
I was born in Nigeria and started primary school in Chrisland and did one year of secondary school in Atlantic Hall, Lagos, but I was sent to a boarding...

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