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Drivers of resilience: Access to basic financial services

By Guardian Exclusive
01 July 2021   |   3:16 pm
Olaoluwa Awojoodu, Co-Founder & CEO, E-Settlement talks to GuardianTV about access to basic financial services in Nigeria. E-Settlement focused on providing Innovative, Dependable, Easy-to-use, Affordable, and Secure payment solutions to everyday financial problems in Africa.

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