Don’t lend Nigeria money,’ Governor writes Chinese govt.

Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has reportedly asked the Chinese government not to borrow Nigeria $2 billion being sought by President Muhammadu Buhari. Fayose, who travelled to China on Wednesday, April 13, to attend the 119th China Import and Export Fair, otherwise known as the Canton Fair holding between April 14 and 19, three days after the President left for the country to secure a low interest loan. In a letter written to the Chinese authority and dated April…

Mobile Money: 10 Things You Need to Know about mobile money in nigera

Mobile Money is a fast-moving space, and a lot happened in 2016. For those of you looking to catch up, here is our list of 10 things you need to know about mobile money in nigeria. 1. It’s not only about Kenya: With 93% of the adult population registered for M-Pesa and 60% actively using the service (more than 11.6 million people), M-Pesa continues to impress (and deserves much of the attention it gets). However, developments in other markets prove…

Forbes Greatest Quote of Money – Fortis Mobile Money Nigeria.

Great quotes encapsulate big ideas in few words. They inspire, motivate, and encourage in a memorable way. On my podcast, I cover all aspects of building wealth, including interviewing authors, investors, and business owners who have achieved great success. In that spirit, I’ve assembled the top 100 quotes about money. Too many people spend money they earned..to buy things they don’t want..to impress people that they don’t like. –Will Rogers A wise person should have money in their head, but…

The Rise And Reign Of Mobile Money

The Rise And Reign Of Mobile Money Mobile Money transactions are not just rising but now reigning in Nigeria after a very slow start due to inability to fully comprehend the scheme, lack of technology by those licensed to operate it and low level of the awareness by the public. There are now well over 20 licensed mobile payment services providers in Nigeria, comprising banks and companies established for this purpose under the 2009 Regulatory Framework for Mobile Money transactions…

Fortis Mobile Money rewards over 100 best agents Read more at http://www.dailytrust.com.ng/news/city-news/fortis-mobile-money-rewards-over-100-best-agents/121991.html#bLwzOv1zQbxp8wja.99

Over 100 outstanding agents of the Fortis Mobile Money were yesterday in Abuja rewarded with different awards. The event, which was attended by the directors of the bank, also had in attendance relatives of the lucky agents, while outstanding staff of the bank were also honoured. Speaking at the award ceremony, Mr. Jero Omare-Ogah, the Managing Director of Fortis Mobile Money, said the agents were recognized for their exceptional performances within the period under review, adding that such gesture would…

Fortis Mobile Money is licensed by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to provide mobile payment services in Nigeria.

Fortis Mobile Money is licensed by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to provide mobile payment services in Nigeria. Individuals can visit any Fortis agent location to register, or dial the *540# short code to complete the self-registration. After registration they will be required to fund their mobile wallets after which they can proceed to perform transactions such as: Send/ Receive money Buy Airtime Make Purchases at supermarkets, pharmacies, restaurants, hotels etc. Pay Bills such as Airlines , Hotel bookings,…

Fortis Mobile Money – Top Mobile Money in Nigeria

Fortis Mobile Money is one of the best mobile money in nigeria. Providing various range of services from mobile banking to utility bill payment. with fortis Mobile Money you can recharge your mobile phone, pay utility bills i.e Phcn,cable subscription, etc.. you can also perform some banking operations including fund transfers, receive cash in real time and lot more.. So What are you waiting for? wouldn’t you rathar choose Fortis Mobile Money for your daily mobile banking transactions? To get…