Financial literacy is the most practical way to encourage financial freedom among Nigerians.
This is the sentiment shared by Oluwatosin Oseinde, the Managing Director/CEO, Money Africa who spoke on the importance of financial literacy with Inside Business Africa.
Oluwatosin Olaseinde, a finance expert has worked with foremost finance focused media outfits and corporations including CNBC Africa, Bloomberg TV, British American Tobacco among others with a career spanning over 10 years across various sub-sectors which include corporate finance, taxation, auditing and accounting, started Money Africa as a financial literacy outfit with the goal of turning the brand into the leading financial literacy platform in Africa.
According to her, Financial literacy is critical as it helps people understand more about their money and its impact. It shows them the bigger picture and the way forward to grow it. Financial literacy is a tool towards financial independence.
To take advantage of the capital market, one must first understand how it works. Once they figure it out, they realise they don’t need to have N1 Million to make it happen they can start where they are with what they have