PocketMoni, the mobile money product of eTranzact, has successfully trained an initial batch of 1000 youths, under its FinTech Emerging Entrepreneur Program (FEEP).
The training session, which held at Owerri, comprised over 1000 participants from the Owerri, Okigwe and Orlu axis of the state.
It said this development is under the auspices of a partnership with Iwuanyanwu Foundation and Imo State Ministry of Technology Development, with support from Imo State Ministry of Youth and Social Development.
The Governor of Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha who was represented by his deputy, Gerald Irona said this free training is part of the Governor’s agenda on human capital and technological development to equip the people of Imo state to acquire the required skill set and permit to start their own mobile money business.
The MD/CEO of eTranzact International Plc, Niyi Toluwalope said this partnership is in line with the Shared Agent Network Expansion Facility (SANEF) initiative to deepen financial inclusion nationwide. Chairman of Iwuanyanwu Foundation, Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, said the aim is to assist students whose parents and families are unable to finance their education in the development of infrastructure and endowments. Related eTranzact records 59% growth
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