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First Bank e-learning service plugs gap for students in COVID-19 era

An e-learning alliance promoted by First Bank now offers technology-driven learning alternatives for Nigerian students in the wake of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic. The Nigerian banking giant says it has forged an alliance with the Lagos State Government and e-learning service provider, Roducate to offer a platform that closes the learning gap for students whose […]

Coronavirus: First Bank digital banking hits N8.18t transactions during lockdown

Coronavirus: First Bank digital banking hits N8.18t transactions during lockdown

First Bank customers conducted transactions totalling N8.18 trillion during the lockdown caused by the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus in Nigeria, Dr Adesola Adeduntan, the bank’s CEO says. Adeduntan says today a whole range of First Bank digital banking services came to the rescue during the five-week lockdown ordered by the government to contain the […]

First Bank e-learning service plugs gap for students in COVID-19 era

Jazi Bank ‘interested in Nigeria’s broadband’

Jaiz Bank says Nigeria’s ongoing plans to deepen broadband services is of interest to the country’s first Islamic non-interest commercial bank. Because banks now rely on broadband Internet to provide efficient and effective services through seamless connectivity for provision of intra and inter-banking services, efforts by the Nigerian telecoms regulator to deepen access to broadband […]

First Bank e-learning service plugs gap for students in COVID-19 era

Nigeria: PayJoy, smartphone makers lock smartphone finance deals

Technology company, PayJoy Inc and four smartphone makers operating in Nigeria are targeting the consumer finance market for smartphones in the country. PayJoy Inc, a provider of consumer finance to the next billion via smartphones, says it has launched its compatibility program for smartphone original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), starting with agreements with four key smartphone […]

First Bank e-learning service plugs gap for students in COVID-19 era