Why Nexttel (Baba Danpullo) is creating a mobile money subsidiary

Why Nexttel (Baba Danpullo) is creating a mobile money subsidiary

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26/06/2020 at 22h04, by Omer Mbadi, updated 27/06/2020

The Cameroonian businessman is getting ready to launch Best Pay, a company home to the mobile money project that was initially under the wings of Cameroon’s third largest mobile phone operator.

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