Financial Inclusion holds the key to transforming poverty into prosperity - Prof Yinka David-West
Financial inclusion contributes to the health and efficiency of the economy and is a lever for poverty reduction.
In 2012, Nigeria's journey to financial inclusion officially commenced with the introduction of the National Financial Inclusion Strategy (NFIS), which spelt out the Central Bank of Nigeria's (CBN) aim of achieving 80 percent inclusion by 2020. However, midway into the year, the progress remains slow.
In this video, Information Systems Faculty, Olayinka David-West shares three policy interventions that must take place that will stimulate economic activity and create more jobs.