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Re: In The Wake Of A Wave Of Fintechs, Banks Are Getting Personal by GERALD710: 10:23am On Nov 01, 2017
Fearlez:


Sorry, we don't compare. Kenya is Africa's backwater. And your banks are a reflection of your sorry-ass economy.

Any stuff you're typing is misrepresenting what's on ground.

What's the point of having all those banking services for a few British and American animal lovers when Kenya boasting of having 7 biggest slums out of 20 in Africa is peopled by dirty, poverty-enclosed citizens who can only generate $70 billion?

You're truly the son of a ranger.

GSM came into Nigeria 1999 when some African country has already installed theirs but today we are number 10 in the world in mobile internet.

Today our banks have ranked into the global 1000 biggest.

Where is Kenyan banks once again?
Your banks are large due to having a large customer base.They are nowhere as sophisticated as Kenyan or South African banks.
Note:Egypt has some of the largest banks on the continent. They are also some of the crappiest.Like Nigerian banks,only offering basic products and adopting things like Mobile Banking several years after it emerged.
At no point has any Nigerian bank ever won anything for Innovation.Just having many customers.That cake has been passed between South African and Kenyan banks with the exception of Ecobank.
Re: In The Wake Of A Wave Of Fintechs, Banks Are Getting Personal by GERALD710: 10:24am On Nov 01, 2017
Fearlez:
when I told you your father prioritised one lion in your reserves more than he valued your education, you thought I was dissing.

Oil doesn't even add up to 17% to our GDP.

Agriculture and manufacturing in Nigeria generate more GDP numbers than oil!

Go check the facts. You're a wasted effort of parental fúck.
And why did Nigeria enter a recession and have a currency shortage when oil prices fell?
Can you please stop lying?
Re: In The Wake Of A Wave Of Fintechs, Banks Are Getting Personal by GERALD710: 10:28am On Nov 01, 2017
Fearlez:
How does not this change the fact that Nigerian banks are richer than your banks?
Because they have a large customer base.
Zenith Bank is the equivalent of Kenya's PostBank in terms of sophistication.
UBA is in Kenya.
Crappiest bank.It is in the same category as a rural Sacco in terms of products offered!!
Really!!!You should look at what KCB and Equity offer.And usually for free.

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