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Business File: Nigeria’s Flutterwave becomes Africa’s biggest Fintech startup

Business event pictures from fintech giant, Flutterwave, Fidelity Bank, Mouka Limited, Tony Elumelu Foundation, Ikeja Electric (IE), Access Bank…

L-R, Sheu Sani, discordant, Ayo Obe, panellists Uadamen Ilevboaje, head Traka, Gabriel Okeowo, country director BudgIt Foundation, Kole Shettima, director MacArthur Foundation and Jimoh Sulaiman, assistant commissioner ICPC during the launching of 2021 Tracka zonal intervention project report, title “Creating Awareness, Tracking Public Projects, Catalysing Community Impact in Trying Times” held in Abuja.
Group Chairman, United Bank for Africa(UBA) and Founder, Tony Elumelu Foundation, Mr. Tony Elumelu and Executive Vice-President, European Union(EU) Margrethe Vestager, at a bilateral discussion between TEF and EU towards deepening existing relationships between EU and the Foundation in Abuja on Monday

Business event pictures from Flutterwave, Fidelity Bank, Mouka Limited, Tony Elumelu Foundation, Ikeja Electric (IE), Access Bank…

Mohamed Lazaar, Chief Executive Officer, Dolidol Morocco; with Dimeji Osinguwa, Chief Commercial Officer, Mouka Limited; Ghali Filali, Investment Professional, DPI; Saad Berrada Sounni, Chairman, Palmeraie Holding; and Femi Fapohunda, Managing Director, Mouka Limited; while visiting Mouka Limited, the newest member of the Dolidol International Group on Tuesday, February 15, 2022.
L-R, Mrs Taiwo Ibilola, Head, Administration and Human Resources, General Hospital, Ifako-Ijaye; Mrs Folake Soetan, Chief Executive Officer, Ikeja Electric (IE); Dr Bamidele Mustapha, Medical Director, General Hospital, Ifak-Ijaye; Mrs Nneka Nwosu, Business Manager, Ikeja Business Unit (IE); Mrs Olufunmilayo Ojo, Apex Nurse, General Hospital, Ifako-Ijaye during the presentation of Jaundice Treatment Machine and Medical Consumables to Ifako-Ijaye General Hospital in Lagos

Also Read: Flutterwave Valuation Up 200%, Hits $3 Billion; Becomes Largest African Startup

L – R shows Mr. Lamido Yuguda, Director General, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC); Ms. Patience Oniah, Director General, Debt Management Office (DMO); Mr. Haruna Jalo-Waziri, Managing Director/CEO, Central Securities and Clearing System (CSCS) Plc; Mr. Temi Popoola, CFA, Chief Executive Officer, Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) and Dr. Angela Sere-Ejembi, Director, Financial Market Department, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) during DMO meeting with market stakeholders in Lagos

Business event pictures from fintech giant, Flutterwave, Fidelity Bank, Mouka Limited, Tony Elumelu Foundation, Ikeja Electric (IE), Access Bank…

L-R: Obafemi Hamzat, deputy governor, Lagos State; Tolulope Onalaja, executive director, RevolutionPlus Property Development Company; Ajoritsedere Awosika, chairman, Access Bank; Sunday Dare, minister of sport; Sukhjinder Mann, deputy CEO, KIA Motors Nigeria, and Philip Shaibu, deputy governor, Edo State, during the 2022 Access Bank Lagos City Marathon in Lagos, at the weekend.
L – R: Onyeka Kurume, Team Lead, Retail Bank, Fidelity Bank Plc; Genevieve Nwaoche, representative of the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC); Ukpai Ibe, Head, Savings and Sales, Fidelity Bank Plc; Oyinkan Kusamotu, Senior Legal Officer, Lagos State Lotteries & Gaming Authority; Meksley Nwagboh, Divisional Head, Brands and Communications, Fidelity Bank Plc; Uche Obodoekwe, Group Head, Property, Procurement & Vendor Management, Fidelity Bank Plc; and Osita Ede, Divisional Head, Product Development, Fidelity Bank Plc at the third monthly draw of the Get Alert in Millions Season 5 (GAIM 5) Savings Promo held in Lagos on Tuesday.

Business event pictures from fintech giant, Flutterwave, Fidelity Bank, Mouka Limited, Tony Elumelu Foundation, Ikeja Electric (IE), Access Bank…

L-R: Aisha Muhammed Oyebode; Gbenga Oyebode, Founding Partner, Aluko & Oyebode (A&O); Yemi Osinbajo, Vice President of Nigeria; Biodun Aluko, wife of the late Bankole Olumide Aluko (SAN); Kofo Dosekun, Chairman, A&O Management Board; and Babatunde Fagbohunlu (SAN), Senior Partner, A&O; at the 20th Year Memorial Anniversary Symposium held in honour of Bankole Olumide Aluko recently.

Members of the Flutterwave Team in the Nigeria office. The company is currently valued at over $3 billion after raising $250 million in a Series D round. With more than 400 employees around the world including Ghana, USA, Kenya and South Africa, Flutterwave is the technology company enabling growth and creating endless possibilities for all.

 

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