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7 Oct
Failing banks’ electronic payment (ePayment) channels have continued to compound the woes of the banking community with Nigerians, who make use of the platforms for transactions, being frustrated
28 Apr 2021
Nigeria is still a very young democracy, but our democratic representatives and institutions continue to feel extremely old – and nowhere can we see this more clearly than in the recent explosion in the use of electronic payments. An unprecedented number of Nigerians are making the change to paying for everyday goods and services using…
22 Jan 2021
The African electronic payments market is expected to grow at 18 to 20 per cent per annum until 2025, reaching $27 billion, up from $8 billion in 2018.
1 Sep 2017
Electronic payment operators have blamed the absence of robust infrastructure network and low level of awareness for the slow adoption of e-payment as a lifestyle.This is against the backdrop of the need to expand electronic based channels of transactions in the country.
16 Jun 2016
To eTranzact International Plc, proper implementation of mobile payments systems in the financial sector can help banks reduce cost incurred on customers by 70 per cent.

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