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Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by SamuelAnyawu(m): 5:47am On Sep 16
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Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by NGpatriot: 6:03am On Sep 16


Nigeria Fintechs take lead in Africa, attract $122 million fund in 2019


The Financial Technology (Fintech) industry in Nigeria has come to stay, as it took the lead in Africa attracting $122 million in funds in 2019. This was disclosed in the 2019 African Tech Startups Funding Report.

The report stated that African tech startups, with 311 companies secured $491.6 million worth of investment in 2019 and Nigeria got 24.8% of that fund. The number of investors in African tech startups jumped by 61% to reach 261..



https://marketnewsng.com/2020/01/30/nigerian-fintechs-take-lead-in-africa-attracting-122-million-fund-in-2019/



Some can preach the doom and gloom about Nigeria because of their backward, hateful and negative mentality, but Nigeria remains the giant of Africa and the premair TECH investment destination.

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Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by YourWriter: 6:06am On Sep 16
Yoruba Lagba!

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Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by chiedonedoor(m): 6:23am On Sep 16
Good one, environment matter alot, we can do better here in Nigeria given the needed opportunities here in Nigeria.
Acts 8:22 KJV
Repent therefore of this thy wickedness, and pray God, if perhaps the thought of thine heart may be forgiven thee.
Acts 5:31 KJV. Christ is coming soon. Repent

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Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by Amos1423: 6:25am On Sep 16
Meanwhile...
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by chipet67(m): 6:25am On Sep 16
Wickedfact:


Your younger brother's mates are winning millions of dollars, you are on Nairaland cancelling posts.
20 years from now, you would be in Shiloh shouting "I receive". Receive what?

I hope your family members don't have any expectations of you.
Hahahahahahahaha
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by UchaNwababa: 6:25am On Sep 16
Good Development
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by LegendHero(m): 6:27am On Sep 16
Gabflex:
Dear God, i need your Grace

You receive the grace in the name of the lord.

Amen!

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Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by talk2hb1: 6:33am On Sep 16
Lordjiggs09:

Lord I see what you are doing for others, remember me too.
Remember what he is doing for the Lord
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by adelnehis(m): 6:39am On Sep 16
Too many venture partners
These guys have lost control of the company

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Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by MondayOsunbor(m): 6:41am On Sep 16
OAUTemitayo:
Interesting


good for them after looking at their website somebody who knows them should tell them to look into their website security ooo
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by LegendHero(m): 6:46am On Sep 16
MondayOsunbor:



good for them after looking at their website somebody who knows them should tell them to look into their website security ooo


Why do you say so?
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by WalkerMichael(m): 7:00am On Sep 16
I was super excited reading the content. congrats maaannnnn
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by simpleseyi: 7:05am On Sep 16
Wickedfact:


Your younger brother's mates are winning millions of dollars, you are on Nairaland cancelling posts.
20 years from now, you would be in Shiloh shouting "I receive". Receive what?

I hope your family members don't have any expectations of you.

This is too harsh nah. Them no dey play with you? I beg make we try and be soft on ourselves nah. Even me self, I dey post too harsh most times. I think we are all frustrated. Nigeria is hard, please don't let us make it harder. This advice is especially for me.

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Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by Fucknlbots: 7:11am On Sep 16
LandMann:
Hopefully they don't pack up and jappa one day with investor funds.

Best of luck to you guys

You dont trust people, meaning you yourself cant be trusted.

How then are we suppose to trust our btc to you

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Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by Coldie(m): 7:34am On Sep 16
Things like this are not hard in the USA cause there's rule of law, in Nigeria if u give somebody your money just be prepared to hear story.

If u no hear story the person go carry your money run
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by Grandlord: 7:38am On Sep 16
Impressive cool
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by Donpaper: 7:41am On Sep 16
adelnehis:
Too many venture partners
These guys have lost control of the company
Tobi Lutke owned about 11% of Shopify. If you got an idea, and you got no funding, it can be demoralising. Not every can bootstrap
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by oaugraduate1234: 7:43am On Sep 16
These are the pride of Nigeria
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by Reinaldo: 7:49am On Sep 16
Great news
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by Chirowman(m): 8:00am On Sep 16
Good
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by deandavid(m): 8:19am On Sep 16
So when are we going to start same in Nigeria...
Nigeria's housing problem is far worse than that if the US....
I need to build a house before I start having Children, if not landlord go just dey take person shine, year in,year out....
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by Taye4j: 8:54am On Sep 16
God bless the Yorubas

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Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by MondayOsunbor(m): 8:59am On Sep 16
LegendHero:


Why do you say so?

i don talk finish
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by Rgade: 9:40am On Sep 16
Wickedfact:


Your younger brother's mates are winning millions of dollars, you are on Nairaland cancelling posts.
20 years from now, you would be in Shiloh shouting "I receive". Receive what?

I hope your family members don't have any expectations of you.
You are not any different from the person you quoted Sha.
Your own younger brother's mates are winning millions while you are on Nairaland claiming tribal warlord.
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by delpee(f): 9:40am On Sep 16
Esusu is the Yoruba traditional banking/cooperative thrift/insurance system which has been of great assistance to a lot of people in the lower and middle class cadres. It's usually done between a group of people who know themselves. I hope this modern version works in Nigeria. Lower cost of funds for the poor plus good financial planning.

The only disadvantage is that there may be defaulters along the line. That happens in regular banking too anyway.

Kudos to the guys.

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Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by bigdammyj: 10:26am On Sep 16
Kudos to them
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by Foolishbuhari: 10:27am On Sep 16
Hope another invictus Obi is not loading tongue tongue embarassed
Re: Nigerian Co-Owned FINTECH, Esusu Raises $2.3 Million in fundings in USA by tamdun: 11:12am On Sep 16
delpee:
Esusu is the Yoruba traditional banking/cooperative thrift/insurance system which has been of great assistance to a lot of people in the lower and middle class cadres. It's usually done between a group of people who know themselves. I hope this modern version works in Nigeria. Lower cost of funds for the poor plus good financial planning.

The only disadvantage is that there may be defaulters along the line. That happens in regular banking too anyway.

Kudos to the guys.

I think esusu is Igbo, in Yorubaland we call it ajo

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