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In just five minutes, you can become an investor or stakeholder in Guaranty Trust Bank, Access Bank and Zenith Bank, at the same time, with as less as N1000. The process of becoming an investor in these selected companies is now equivalent to the time-frame of opening a Facebook account.

Investing in stocks or other investment options wasn’t a culture among the lower-class and to some extent, the middle-class – it used to be a lifestyle that seemed to be for the wealthy and upper-class society, but regardless of your income level, no company is too expensive to tap into its profitability.

In the past, searching, identifying and accessing the walk-in stockbrokers (certified by Securities and Exchange Commission) handling your preferred stocks was in most cases cumbersome, but the advancement in technology has eliminated traditional back and forth documentation or constant filing of paperwork.

With Wealth.ng, a product of WealthTech Limited, you can own stocks in Access Bank, Zenith Bank and Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank) regardless of your income level and without leaving the comfort of your home by registering on Wealth.ng. Interested investors can also own shares with First Bank, Stanbic IBTC, Dangote Sugar, Okumuoil, Nigerian Breweries, MTN, Dangote Cement, Airtel, Seplat and Nestle within ten minutes.

Wealth.ng specifically selected these profitable companies across several sectors, considering their capital appreciation and company payout. These sectors cut across Commercial Banks, Telecommunications, Cement, Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCGs), Oil and Gas and many others.


Become a shareholder

[READ MORE: Sankore Investments to fund student housing, agribusiness in Lagos and other areas]

To purchase these stocks and start trading, interested investors are to click highlighted link, register and fill required spots such as;

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  • Sign up on Wealth.ng
  • Provide bank details
  • Provide BVN
  • Provide Next of kin
  • Update your profile

More investment opportunities: The list of investment opportunities on Wealth.ng is unending as the investment platform also offers Real Estate, Agriculture and Treasury bills. The company is well-grounded in the investment market due to its parent company, WealthTech, which is a subsidiary of Sankore Investments Limited. All investments on Wealth.ng platform are provided by Sankore Securities, which is regulated by SEC.

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What you need to know: Interested investors can take advantage of the agricultural policies of President Buhari. The renewed focus of the administration has set the agricultural sector on the path of growth and investors hoping to reap the increasing benefits from the Agriculture sector could invest in Agric products via Wealth.ng platform.

Also, with urban penetration on the rise and urban population hitting 51.9%, the need for more building infrastructure is fast approaching an all-time high, and Wealth.ng is looking to bridge the supply gap for affordable student and professional housing and bring Hypermarkets closer to your environment.


The increase in demand for student and professional housing has signal revenue potentials in the Real Estate market. Savvy investors are advised to double their wealth by taking advantage of the opportunities to invest seamlessly and cash-in on the Real Estate market in Nigeria. (Coming soon)

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