Mobile Money operators in Nigeria and other parts of the globe processed $1 trillion worth of transactions last year.
17 Nov 2021
In early 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, it quickly became clear that mobile technology, and mobile money in particular, would have an outsized role to play in keeping people connected, delivering vital financial support and providing safe...
13 Apr 2021
MTN Group Chief Executive Officer, Ralph Mupita, has said that the telecommunications firm targets a valuation of between $5 billion and $6 billion of its mobile money arm
8 Apr 2021
To scale up Nigeria’s mobile money market to at the sub-regional front, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) should extend licences to MTN and Airtel.
25 Mar 2021
Mobile Money transactions rose by 65 per cent in 2020 with accounts across the globe hitting 1.2 billion. The Global System for Mobile telecommunications Association (GSMA) disclosed this yesterday....
12 Nov 2020
British Deputy High Commissioner in Nigeria, Ben Llewellyn-Jones, has decried the most populous black nation’s three per cent mobile money penetration.
19 Oct 2020
Mobile money transfer services have become arguably the single most effective contributor to global financial inclusion initiatives, and, particularly in developing countries, they have facilitated access to cheap and reliable financial services....
12 Oct 2020
Mobile money transfer services have become arguably the single most effective contributor to global financial inclusion initiatives, and, particularly in developing countries, have facilitated access to cheap and reliable financial services for an ever-increasing formerly unbanked segment of the population. Favourable regulatory environments and supervisory good practices have enabled significant innovation in mobile transfer services…
15 Sep 2020
Nigerian financial service technology company, OPay has announced a partnership with leading global digital payments platform WorldRemit...
14 Aug 2020
Association of Mobile Money and Bank Agents of Nigeria (AMMBAN) has frowned at intimidation, disruptions and molestation of its members across the country by local government councils/LCDAs officials and their contractors on the basis of collection of levies and daily tolls. This extortion according to AMMBAN is coming in the wake of a Pandemic which…
31 Jul 2020
Interoperability can help the mobile money industry shift to a higher gear, where customers can pay merchants and transfer money without having to consider which mobile money provider they are using.
29 Jun 2020
Zimbabwe's stock exchange said it was suspending trading Monday following a weekend government order that the bourse...