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OPay, a provider of payment, a ride-hailing company, food delivery and loan services firm, has been granted approval by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to commence international money transfer services in Nigeria. With the approval, OPay will start facilitating remittance business to business, business to person and person to person remittance services into Nigeria.
Telecommunications operator, MTN, has secured full Super Agent Licence from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to offer financial services in the country. MTN said the licence received through its subsidiary, Yello Digital Financial Services Limited (YDFS) would enable it launch a large scale fintech strategy in the country. “The licence will enable MTN to