Said Newa, Wari is designed to meet the needs of Nigerians, including the banked and unbanked; everyone who needs to make or receive payment for good and services. It also reduces the risk of carrying cash while travelling since you can deposit and withdraw at your destination through Wari agents whether within the country or outside Nigeria.
In a bid to provide financial solution to the mélange of transaction problem, Airtel Nigeria and Wari have collaborated to end the problems of paying for good and service anytime, anywhere in the country. In this concerted effort with Nigeria telecoms big player, Airtel, Wari can be used to remit and withdraw money nationwide.
Maurice Newa, the Chief Commercial Officer for Airtel, described the collaboration as an effort to step up ahead the financial challenges in the country. To add, he declared the joint arrangement as a determination of two forward-looking brand.
Again, Wari’s country manager, Mr. Damilola Bamiduro says the partnership will make payment of bills, withdrawal, remitting, and debiting possible throughout local governments in Nigeria. He added that this will also will available for unregistered Wari’s users.
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