By Chioma Obinagwam
Nigeria’s apex monetary regulator, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has unveiled a financial literacy elearning platform known as SabiMONI, to enable it achieve 95 percent financial inclusion target by 2024.
Confiance News gathered from the official Twitter handle of the bank on Friday.
“#CBN Governor, Mr. Godwin #Emefiele, launched the Financial Literacy eLearning Platform, #SabiMONI, with the declaration that the Bank is determined to meet the target of 95% financial inclusion by 2024,” it tweeted.
The apex bank said that the portal will serve as a repository of information not only for learners and trainers but also for researchers in the most effective manner.
Reacting to the launch of the portal, the CBN Deputy Governor
Financial Systems Stability (DSS), Aishah Ahmad said, “SabiMONI portal will help the Bank reach more people, make them aware of the benefits of financial products/services, increase the use of financial services, make better financial decisions and further drive Financial Inclusion.”
Corroborating, Director, Consumer Protection Department, Mrs. Rashida Monguno stated, “#SabiMONI platform consists of 15 financial literacy modules, in a train-the-trainer model with the primary targets being the ‘Intermediaries Segment’ as identified by the National Financial Literacy Framework (NFLF).”
CBN noted that upon completion of the course, learners will qualify as Certified Financial Literacy Trainers (CFLT).
Confiance News further learnt that interested persons are advised to login to the website sabimoni.org.ng to learn more and enroll for any of the courses.