OPay has disclosed plans to expand its services to North Africa by the first quarter of 2021.
Partnership ensures customers continue to make affordable money transfers to family and friends.
The company will now focus on its fintech business which has always been its core.
Nigerian financial service technology company Opay has joined the Government in rolling out a series of anti-pandemic and relief efforts.
There has been significant growth with respect to investment and business development in the country, and this cuts across all areas of the economy
Mixed reactions have continued to trail the announcement of the Lagos State Government’s decision to ban motorcycles (Okada) and tricycles (keke) in major highways in Lagos.
The Financial Technology (Fintech) industry in Nigeria has come to stay, as it took the lead in Africa attracting $122 million in funds in 2019.
Opera Ltd has denied claims by investment firm, Hindenburg Research, suggesting that its apps violate Google’s policy.
Though the year 2019 has come and gone, the financial service delivery it witnessed was a boom, as FinTech firms witnessed improved growth,
Nigerian fintech startup, OPay has raised $120 million in a Series B funding round.