Olugbenga Agboola’s Flutterwave staff made up of USA financiers and Nigerian managers

Olugbenga Agboola’s Flutterwave staff made up of USA financiers and Nigerian managers

The fintech, valued at over $1 billion, is surrounded by the finest Californian and New York investors. But it remains led by a young Nigerian team.

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            ▪ Olugbenga Agboola’s Flutterwave staff made up of USA financiers and Nigerian managers

▪ The fintech, valued at over $1 billion, is surrounded by the finest Californian and New York investors. But it remains led by a young Nigerian team.

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In an ecosystem with no shortage of nuggets, the Nigerian payment startup Flutterwave has entered the world of unicorns. In early March, it raised an additional $170 million.

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