Friday, 9 December 2016

Visa named Best Card Payment Scheme in Nigeria at the 2016 BJAN Marketing Awards

Visa Inc., the global leader in payments, has been announced by the Brand Journalists’ Association of Nigeria (BJAN) as the Best Card Payment Scheme in Nigeria. This announcement was made at the 4thAnnual BJAN Marketing Awards.

This year’s awards which began with a conference themed ‘”Mobile Money in Nigeria:Challenges, Opportunities and Threats”which addressed the challenges of this platform and finding lasting solutions to create effective mobile money programs in the country.

L-R -Goddie Ofose, Chairman Brand Journalists Association of Nigeria, Ade Ashaye, Country Manager, Visa West Africa & Richard Edoki, Chairman Award Committee, Brand Journalists Association of Nigeria at the Award Presentation to Visa as the Best Payment Scheme in Nigeria by BJAN in Lagos.
Speaking at the Awards’ presentation, Country Manager for Visa West Africa Ade Ashaye said: ‘We are excited to receive this award for Best Card Payments Scheme in Nigeria and it is an honor to be recognized by the Brand Journalists Association in Nigeria. Visa’s aim has always been to replace costly, inefficient forms of payment with more secure, convenient and reliable ways to pay and be paid.’

Visa improves lives and livelihoods, foster opportunities and strengthens economies through its efficient and secure digital payments solution which aligns to he financial inclusion plans of the Federal Government of Nigeria and the Central Bank of Nigeria. Visa is also committed to bring the benefits of electronic payments to 500 million more people globally by the end of 2020.

The BJAN Chairman, GoddieOfose said Visa emerged the winner after considering the organization’s strides in the provision of digital financial services to the financial services industry in Nigeria through its contribution to the cashless initiative of the Central Bank of Nigeria and the ability of the company to localize their products to meet the needs of the Nigerian market.’

Visa was nominated alongside other payment platforms in the financial services industry and emerged the winner after the organizations’ performance for the year was reviewed using measurement tools definedby the Brand Journalists’ Association of Nigeria.

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