Ayobami Omole

Tellimer Research

Junior Research Analyst @ Tellimer Research

Ayobami joined Tellimer from United Capital Plc Group, a leading asset management firm in Nigeria, where she was junior research analyst assisting in covering the Macroeconomics, fixed income market and tier II banks in Nigeria. She has a first-class degree in Economics from Babcock University.

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Kenya: New data show soaring digital payments

The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) released digital transaction data for both banks and telcos in 2020, showing strong growth in digital payments and a decline in card transactions. Compared to July 2019-March 2020 (pre-pandemic), total card transaction...
Tellimer Research Faith Mwangi
Faith Mwangi @ Tellimer Research 18 February 2021
Kenya: New data show soaring digital payments
Kenya: New data show soaring digital payments

Are social audio apps the future of social media?

As the pandemic enters its second year, voice-based social networks (VSNs) are attracting users at a rapid pace and now represent a serious threat to the likes of Facebook, Snap and Twitter. Snapchat posts disappear after 24 hours and users are notif...
Tellimer Research Nirgunan Tiruchelvam
Nirgunan Tiruchelvam @ Tellimer Research 16 February 2021
Voice-based social networks: Why they're a growing club
Voice-based social networks: Why they're a growing club

Nigeria's crypto crackdown creates more problems than it solves

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) recently banned cryptocurrencies, dealing a blow to the operations of crypto exchanges in Nigeria. Considering the string of FX policies that have made the process of payments and remittances difficult for Nigerians,...
Tellimer Research Busola Jeje
Busola Jeje @ Tellimer Research 11 February 2021
Nigeria's crypto crackdown creates more problems than it solves
Nigeria's crypto crackdown creates more problems than it solves

How Nigeria could power West Africa's electricity needs

However, the problems transcend merely access to electricity. Four factors could make it a key player in the cross-border electricity trade in Africa. The map below of medium and high-voltage electricity lines across Sub-Saharan Africa show there is...
Tellimer Research Vahaj Ahmed
Vahaj Ahmed @ Tellimer Research 10 February 2021
How Nigeria could power West Africa electricity, despite its own shortcomings
How Nigeria could power West Africa electricity, despite its own shortcomings

Nigeria telcos to emerge unscathed from ban on new mobile subscribers

Telecommunication companies or Mobile Network Operators (MNO) in Nigeria were directed to stop the sale of new SIM cards in December, which meant that telcos cannot acquire new customers, as the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) embarked on an...
Tellimer Research Ayobami Omole
Ayobami Omole @ Tellimer Research 5 February 2021
Nigeria telcos to emerge unscathed from ban on new mobile subscribers
Nigeria telcos to emerge unscathed from ban on new mobile subscribers

Nigeria struggles with Covid second wave and lack of vaccines

Nigeria struggled with the first Covid wave, but the death count and impact on healthcare was not as bad as seen in other parts of the world, or as expected. Okonjo Iweala, the board chair of the GAVI alliance said that COVAX has been able to secure...
Tellimer Research Ayobami Omole
Ayobami Omole @ Tellimer Research 19 January 2021
Nigeria struggles with Covid second wave and lack of vaccines
Nigeria struggles with Covid second wave and lack of vaccines

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