Fido Micro Credit marked its 7th anniversary celebration with the distribution of surgical nose masks to drivers and passengers at 7 bus stations in Accra.
The week-long celebration centred on protecting and educating Fido customers, thus supporting the general public to observe the Covid-19 protocols while offering digital and financial literacy training.
The bus stations that benefited from the nose mask distribution exercise included Madina station, Tema station, Ashaiman station, Lapaz station, Circle station, Kaneshi station and 37 station.
Speaking in an interview, Alice Mensah, Marketing Manager at Fido Micro Credit explained that the company saw it as a corporate responsibility to join the nationwide campaign since the safety of existing and potential customers of Fido is critical to the success and continuity of its business.
Since its inception, Fido has helped to scale-up and drive financial inclusion among SMEs and micro-entrepreneurs using its innovative digital lending platform.
The company has successfully disbursed over ¢250 million in loans to qualifying customers across the country
“With over 1 million Google play store downloads of the Fido App, I can confidently say the company has lived to its vision; which is to lead the way financial services are provided in Africa by leveraging technology to provide reliable, fast and easy services to the underbanked”, Alice Mensah, said.
Fido also held an event at its head office in Dzorwulu, Accra to climax the occasion and celebrate the success chalked so far.