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ChipperCash raised $150 million in Series C funding, valueing the company at $2billion. Chippere co-founders Ham Serunjogi and Maijid Moujaled and Chipper ambassador Burna Boy at a launch event Image: Chipper Cash

Chisom Udemezue

Assistant Manager, Knowledge Management, Clean Tech Hub Nigeria

Wole Hammond

Global Shaper, Abuja Hub

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