Remita and Cellulant have collaborated to boost financial inclusion by aiding payments to the federal and state governments plus the large list of billers and merchants in Nigeria. According to them, via their collaboration, users will find it easy to make interbank transfers for personal and business purposes via web, mobile channels, and at agent locations.
They added that Cellulant users would be allowed to make interbank electronic funds transfers from Cellulant’s web channel, Tingg mobile app, and at any agent location.
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According to PunchNG, speaking on the partnership, Executive Director, Infrastructure and Payment Gateway, SystemSpecs – providers of Remita, Ezinne Obikile revealed that his company is focused on driving innovation in the financial ecosystem via collaborations that result in a smooth and safe technology to enhance financial inclusion.
The Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Cellulant Corporation, Bolaji Akinboro added, “We believe fundamentally that technology is the key to making markets work, accelerating and broadening financial inclusion for all across Africa.”
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