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Nigeria’s Fintech launches cash deposit token, others

Nigeria's Fintech launches deposit token, others
Nigeria's Fintech launches deposit token, others
Founder and Chairman /CEO I & I investments limited Chief Blakey Okwudili Ijezie, (2nd left) pose with other distributors .

 

Ngozi Okpalakunne

In order to proffer solution to some of the problems in the financial services in the country, TATUP, International Services Limited (TISL), a financial technology company in Nigeria recently hurled its catch deposit token and voucher cards.

The voucher cards aimed to facilitate self –enabled cash deposits and transfer outside of the banking halls with ease.

The event held recently in Lagos and it saw the brand unveiling product presentation of the TATUP cash token service as well as the official unveiling of the company’s licensed franchise holders and suppliers.

Chairman of TATUP, Etuk  Happiness  who spoke at the  launch affirmed that the occasion also aimed to showcase the commencement of new technology in the financial services sector.

Etuk also explained that the product which is the first of its kind in Nigeria strives to eradicate the barriers that exclude people from participating in the financial sector.

“We have looked at the problem in the financial services sector and have decided to solve part of the problems of TATUP cash token service, there will be decongestion of the banking hall, nullification of time and money wasting.

“As an emerging market, we are here to serve the underserved in Nigeria”, Etuk added.

On his part, vice- chairman of the company, James Okocha alleged that TATUP had come to solve a problem, bringing suitability to the processes of dealings which can be done with an individual’s mobile phone anywhere in the country.

Okocha also disclosed the company’s drive to create jobs by recruiting thousands of agents national wide as part of the vision of the organisation from the onset.

Speaking earlier, founder and CEO of I & I Investment limited TATUPs licensed franchise holder for Lagos and South Eastern region, Ijezie Okwudili, described the new product as the novel oil in Nigeria in which anyone who taps into it would benefit immensely with the goal of becoming a wealthy investor in Nigeria.

 

 

 

 

TISL unveils new product

Ngozi Okpalakunne

In order to proffer solution to some of the problems in the financial services in the country, TATUP, International Services Limited (TISL), a financial technology company in Nigeria recently hurled its catch deposit token and voucher cards.

The voucher cards aimed to facilitate self –enabled cash deposits and transfer outside of the banking halls with ease.

The event held recently in Lagos and it saw the brand unveiling product presentation of the TATUP cash token service as well as the official unveiling of the company’s licensed franchise holders and suppliers.

Chairman of TATUP, Etuk  Happiness  who spoke at the  launch affirmed that the occasion also aimed to showcase the commencement of new technology in the financial services sector.

 

 

Etuk also explained that the product which is the first of its kind in Nigeria strives to eradicate the barriers that exclude people from participating in the financial sector.

“We have looked at the problem in the financial services sector and have decided to solve part of the problems of TATUP cash token service, there will be decongestion of the banking hall, nullification of time and money wasting.

“As an emerging market, we are here to serve the underserved in Nigeria”, Etuk added.

On his part, vice- chairman of the company, James Okocha alleged that TATUP had come to solve a problem, bringing suitability to the processes of dealings which can be done with an individual’s mobile phone anywhere in the country.

Okocha also disclosed the company’s drive to create jobs by recruiting thousands of agents national wide as part of the vision of the organisation from the onset.

Speaking earlier, founder and CEO of I & I Investment limited TATUPs licensed franchise holder for Lagos and South Eastern region, Ijezie Okwudili, described th

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