Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Video - Nigerians adopt unbanked saving system amid mounting economic challenges

Thrift saving, commonly known as Ajoo in Nigeria, is deeply ingrained in the country's informal community culture. Participants contribute a fixed amount every month. The entire sum is then handed to one member until the cycle completes, empowering them to pursue their financial aspirations without going through the bank.


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