Nigeria’s leading mobile money transfer company, Fets Limited has commenced the recruitment of additional payment agents, starting from this week.
The recruitment drive is the result of the expansion of mobile money in Nigeria, as well as the growth of Fets into one of the country’s chief providers of mobile money services.
Announcing the recruitment launch, Fets CEO, Omotade Odunowo said: “Over the last few years, we have seen the rise in demand for mobile money in Nigeria, and for our services in particular. Fetswallet, our award winning app, is now being used regularly by over 2 million individuals and businesses, and there is still significant growth potential. That is why we would like to encourage interested payment agents to get in touch.”
To facilitate the recruitment of payment agents’ Fets has committed to providing free training and promotional materials to suitable candidates. It will also provide the necessary logistics and on-going advice. Growth in agents’ network driven by demand for mobile money services in Nigeria.
Odunowo added: “We want our services to be readily accessible to every citizen of Nigeria. That is why Fetswallet is the first mobile money app to be available in five of Nigeria’s main languages.’’
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