By Abubakar Abba
The Chairman, CEO of Northern based famous cashless consultant film, Bizi Mobile Cashless Consultant Ltd, Dr. Aminu Bizi, has dismissed the Institution in some quarters that the Central Bank of Nigeria CBN’s cashless policy has led to crippling over one million POS businesses in Nigeria.
Dr. Aminu who is also a traditional title holder stressed that is not faire for some to categorically said that, saying that “I want enmphasized that CBN’s cashless policy, has brought over 3 million jobs to the teeming Nigerians on e-Naira policy, we have the facts”.
Dr. Bizi the cashless Guru, in a telephone interview while in Abuja said, people should not use the media to deceive people , stressing that some people are ignorant of the apex body cashless policy, I think, people need to be enlighten more about the CBN’s cashless policy..
“I want to enmphasized that CBN’s cashless policy, has brought over 3 million jobs to the teeming Nigerians, we have the facts”.
While commenting on those saying that with the emergence of e-Naira policy been introduced by the CBN would led many POS agents out of business, Dr. Aminu said is not true, explaining that, through e-Naira policy, would even doubled more gains of POS agents.
However, he admitted that POS agents would not see cash for him to continue doing his business.
He urged all the POS agents in the country to convert to e-Naira policy, so that to make their business activities easy, adding that is same line, the other one is POS agents and the other, is agent e-banking e-Naira, they are all the same.
He said POS agents would not see cash for him to continue doing his business, but if he was abled to understand e-Naira policy, he will see that his gains would doubled what he is gaining through POS system.
He noted that very soon, all business transaction in Nigeria would be done through e-Naira policy, as it is an easy way of doing businesses and without any hitches.
Dr. Aminu also disclosed that e-Naira policy would led to the creation of many jobs in the country through the employing more agents than POS operators in the country.