MTN trains Mobile Money agents in Rakai to revolutionise financial transactions

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The training aims to boost accessibility, efficiency, and electronic financial transactions in the region.

In a bid to revolutionize the mobile money business, MTN Uganda has embarked on the training of mobile money agents in Rakai.

The training aims to boost accessibility, efficiency, and electronic financial transactions in the region.

Officials from MTN briefed the agents on various ways to effectively carry out mobile money transactions amidst the new dynamics in the money transfer systems.

Samuel Osapa, the Kampala and Greater Central MTN Mobile Money Manager, highlighted the absence of banks in the region as a significant hurdle for their agents. He emphasized the need for innovative solutions to overcome this obstacle and ensure financial inclusion for all.

"At the MTN Mobile Money Agent Conference held in Rakai, the agents were trained on various ways in which they can do their jobs," Osapa stated.

However, the telecom giant unveiled a groundbreaking solution to overcome this obstacle, signaling a promising shift in accessibility and financial inclusion for the community.

"The training provided agents with the necessary skills and knowledge to navigate the evolving landscape of mobile money transactions," Osapa added.

With the newfound expertise and support from MTN, mobile money agents in Rakai are poised to play a pivotal role in advancing financial inclusion and driving development in the region.

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