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How Man almost missed out on KudiBenefits N5k Easy Loan

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A Nigerian man has narrated how he almost missed out on KudiBenefits N5k Easy Loan.

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How I Almost Missed Out On KudiBenefit N5k Easy Loan
Hear me out guys, I want to share something I stumbled on that shocked me. Ehen, and I’m sharing this because I almost missed out on it. I don’t even know why I gave it a try, but I did, and to be honest, it’s been really amazing.

I started my small business of selling phone accessories immediately after the lockdown and it was then that I realized that getting a loan in Nigeria ehn… it’s really something else, and as a guy man now, you wouldn’t want to be disturbing people for small change.

Anyway, I don’t know if I should call this one a loan or a giveaway because it’s fast, seamless, and I got my account credited in a matter of minutes. They have small requirements sha, but I got mine with just my phone number and BVN. I even told my sister to open an account just to see if the requirement would be different but mhen, it’s the same thing.

It’s like I’m talking too much. Don’t be angry. I’m just really excited that this thing works for someone like me who doesn’t like asking people for a quick raise.

Okay, just head over to www.kudibenefits.chat and on the side, fill in your phone number. The person that introduced me to it said the site is very secure and has no hassle and its’ been the same for me so far. They’ll send you a code and you’ll just dial the code. After that, put in your BVN and select create account. An account will be created for you immediately and guess what? No, guess now.

The created account will have automatic qualification to apply for a loan of up to N5k, once you buy airtime and send money as low as N300. On the same chat platform, simply tap on the loan feature button and fill in your personal and account details. In next to no time, the created account will be credited with N5k. How cool is that? You can withdraw the money at once or however you want. No kidding. E choke o!

Their customer care also told me that once I pay back the 5k loan within 30 days, I can get a higher amount.

This is the platform with the surest loan/giveaway at the moment. The Nigerian doubting Thomas in me almost made me miss it sha. E for pain me. I just said let me share. You can get yours here, i don’t want to hear that i have never done anything for you ooo!

Has anyone also tried it or is it only me? Please if you’ve tried it, share your experience. Let’s help another in these trying times.

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ACCESS BANK (SL) LTD STRENGTHENS LEADERSHIP TEAM WITH KEYBOARD APPOINTMENTS, NAMES NEW CHAIRMAN

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Access Bank Sierra Leone Ltd (‘Access Bank (SL) Ltd’) has announced the appointment of new executives to its Board of Directors (‘the Board’), further strengthening its leadership team and advancing the implementation of its growth and transformation strategy. These appointments also reflect the Bank’s commitment to fostering growth and development while maintaining the highest standards of governance and stewardship.

Joining the Board as Non-Executive Directors are Maurice Nathaniel Cole, Nsikak N. Usoro, Michala Mackay, Ibrahim Khalil Lamin, and Kolawole Augustine Ajimoko. The appointees boast a wealth of expertise from diverse sectors, including banking, telecommunications, corporate governance, compliance, and finance. Their combined
experience and vision will contribute to shaping the future trajectory of Access Bank (SL) Ltd. Cole will serve as Chairman, following the exit of Alice Marie Onomake and will bring his experience to the fore as Access Bank (SL) Ltd works to consolidate its market position and deliver value for all its stakeholders.

 

“We are thrilled to welcome our new executives to Access Bank (SL) Ltd,” said Ganiyu Sanni, Country Managing Director, Access Bank Sierra Leone Ltd. “Their leadership and vision will be invaluable as we navigate through challenges and pursue sustained success. We extend our gratitude to the outgoing Chairman, Alice Marie
Onomake, and Non-Executive Director, Aminata B. Dumbuya, for their dedicated service and contributions to the Bank.” Access Bank (SL) Ltd remains committed to excellence, transparency, and accountability as it embarks on this exciting new chapter. The Bank looks forward to leveraging the collective expertise of its leadership team to drive innovation, foster growth, and create lasting impact for its customers and communities.

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Federal Government to Audit N2.8tn Fuel Subsidy Request Submitted by NNPCL

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The President Bola Ahmed Tinubu led Federal Government has made its intention known to initiate a new audit of the N2.8tn fuel subsidy request submitted by the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited.

An auditing firm, KPMG has successfully completed an initial audit that resulted in a reduction of the claims from N6 trillion to N2.7 trillion.

The federal government is exploring the option of involving an independent audit firm or instructing the Office of the Auditor General of the Federation to authenticate the assertions put forth by the corporation concerning the government’s outstanding debt to the oil company. The current move will ensure transparency and also ensure financial discipline in disbursing government funds which is in line to the administrations quest to curb corruption.

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Access Holdings Vests 23.8 million Units of Shares on Senior Executives

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In line with the disclosure requirements of the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Nigerian Exchange Limited, Access Holdings Plc , Africa’s leading financial services group, has announced the award of 23.8 million ordinary shares to some of its senior executives and executives of  Access Bank, its flagship subsidiary. This is in pursuant of the terms of its shareholders approved Employees Performance Share Plan.

Bolaji Agbede, the Acting Group Chief Executive Officer of Access Holdings, Roosevelt Ogbonna, the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Access Bank, and six others were vested with 23,883,790 units of the Group’s shares, worth a combined N427.13 million.

This was disclosed via notices duly filed with the Nigerian Exchange Limited on Tuesday.

According to the filings, Ogbonna got the highest amount of shares totalling 12,345,679 units and worth N220.37 million, having been traded at N17.85 per share.

Agbede was vested with 2,216,992 units of shares, valued at N39.795 million.

Other directors, who had shares vested include Seyi Kumapayi, Executive Director, African Subsidiaries, Access Bank, with 1,234,568 worth N22.16 million; Iyabo SojiOkusanya, Executive Director, Commercial and Investment Banking Division, Access Bank, with 1,691,308 at N17.95 per share. Her vested shares are valued at N30.36 million, and Chizoma Okoli, Access Bank’s Deputy Managing Director, Retail South, who got 1,728,395 units valued at N30.85 million.

Dr Gregory Jobome, Executive Director, Risk Management, and Hadiza Ambursa, Executive Director, Commercial Banking, were each vested with 1,728,395 valued at N30.85 and N31.02m respectively. Access Holdings’ Company Secretary, Sunday Ekwochi, was vested with 1,210,058 units of the Group’s shares worth N21.72m.

The shares were vested on May 3rd and May 6th.

The vesting of the shares is not a purchase or sale transaction in the context of the Exchange’s Rules.

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