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Dele Adeyinka

19 Sep 2018
In a highly innovative financial services sector, the cooperation between perceived competitors will continue to be a huge driver of profitability, efficiency and sustainability.
1 Jan 2018
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Committee of E-Business Industry Heads (CeBIH) have been called on to collaborate with other stakeholders in the electronic payment industry.
20 Nov 2017
The Committee of e-Business Industry Heads (CeBIH) has said it will focus more and critically re-examine the progress, current status and what needs to be done for the country to achieve the national financial inclusion target.
9 Nov 2016
Globally, card fraud is on the rise reaching $21.84 billion in 2015, with an expected peak in 2018 of $31.26 billion. It is estimated that globally, nearly one in three consumers ...
27 Jul 2016
The Committee of e-Banking Industry Heads, (CeBIH) said it is determined to sustain its support for technological innovations and policies that drive electronic payments in the country.


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Former Nollywood actress and Real Housewives of Lagos star Carolyna Hutchings has taken to Instagram to clap back at trolls who accused her of falsifying her age. Hutchings had posted a picture celebrating her 35th birthday on Sunday but soon came under fire from many critics who accused her of lying about her age.  …
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An Ado-Ekiti High Court has sentenced four men, Babangida Amodu, 25, Oluwafemi Ibrahim, 20, Ojo Ayodele, 25, and Okunato Dada, 20, convicted of armed robbery and murder, to die by hanging.