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18 Aug 2021
Nigerian fintech firms Risevest, Bamboo, Chaka, and Trove have assured users of the safety of their funds amid the Central Bank of Nigeria freezing their accounts on Tuesday. CBN secured an injunction at Federal High Court in Abuja to freeze the bank accounts of four financial technology firms for operating as asset management companies without…
7 Jun 2021
Nigerian financial technology firms opting out of their Twitter supports after the government suspended operations of the social media platform. Rise vest, a Nigerian platform for investments in foreign securities, in an email said it will be pausing its activity on Twitter in compliance with the government ban. It, however, said its Twitter account will…

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