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Nigeria: MoMo,Kwik Delivery partner on payment system

Momo Payment Service Bank (Momo PSB), a key financial institution, and Kwik Delivery, a prominent logistics and warehousing company in Africa, have joined forces in a strategic partnership to streamline payments through MoMo for Kwik’s deliveries.

This collaboration marks a noteworthy achievement in the logistics and payment services sector. MoMo PSB users can seamlessly initiate payments through the Kwik App, accessing it conveniently from the MoMo App for their service transactions.

“At MoMo PSB, our commitment is to enhance the lives of our customers through innovative and convenient financial solutions. This partnership with Kwik Delivery embodies that commitment, as it empowers our customers with greater convenience, speed and security when making payments for delivery services. We remain committed to partnerships that will advance digital payments in Africa,” said Chief Executive Officer, MoMo PSB, Eli Hini.

Speaking about the partnership, Kwik Africa’s CEO, Romain Poirot-Lellig, emphasised its customer-centric nature, stating, “At Kwik, our mission is to provide efficient and reliable delivery services. We understand that a seamless payment process is a vital component of this mission. Partnering with MoMo PSB enables us to offer our customers an innovative solution, reducing payment restrictions and improving their overall experience. By integrating our services with MoMo, we’re extending the reach of our platform and opening up a world of convenience for our users.”

In the era of digital transformation, MoMo PSB and Kwik Africa are determined to simplify the lives of their customers, making payments for deliveries and logistic services more accessible and efficient than ever before. Kwik Delivery service is currently available on the MoMo App or by dialing *671#

To open a MoMo account, MTN subscribers can dial *671# on their mobile device.  The MoMo mobile app option is also available for download on the Google Play or Apple Stores.

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