Are you willing to add ₦200,000 to your current monthly income?
Sports is majorly referred to as a global language, a language that cuts across race, age, sex, class, and nationality. […]
Rice needs no introduction to any Nigerian. It is the most consumed grain and can be referred to as the […]
Sometimes, I have asked myself why am I doing too much, why so much effort? But I know my efforts will yield results someday, so I just continue pressing on because consistency pays. I am happy the year is coming to an end, It been quite a long year we can all tell but I am very optimistic I will finish strong.
This trend also shows that some of these new models diversify the range, services rendered, and pricing of customer transactions that agents can facilitate, which provides them with extra sources of income.
To make money as a mobile money agent, the most important tool you need is your Smartphone not a POS terminal, as all transactions can be done via the website, app, and even on WhatsApp.
Six years ago, Babatunde had just graduated from university. The sheer exuberance and zeal to change the labor market could […]
I am passionate about how Customers use great products. For me, it’s not just about designing and building great products that customers love and consistently use. I am very intentional and interested in the customer experience and journey
Anybody with some capital even as low as ₦50,000 can start this business. I am a certified Nurse and Midwife, but I am making a career and life off agency banking.
You are either making moves or constituting a nuisance’’ Ike is a strong believer that the average Nigerian youth can add value to any society. Even in the diaspora, we are hardworking and we’re doing well academically and business-wise
In this business, the major thing is the location. Every experienced agency banker knows you won’t get a high turn over if your location is not favorable. You don’t just open kiosks in a close or anyhow area because you want to start business and someone else did. The busier the area, the better for your business.
Youths also constitute about 40% of Nigeria’s labor force and approximately 45% of her 180 Million population. With that noted, it is safe to assume that Youths in Nigeria have the potentials needed to participate effectively in agricultural development.