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Government Delists 28 Illegal Money Apps 

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The Nigerian government has removed 28 digital money sending apps from its list of approved fintechs.

This was disclosed Monday by the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) which said it was cleaning up the digital lending space.

As a result, the number of loan apps that have been delisted from platforms like the Google Play Store has increased from nine to 37. 

This is just as the number of fully approved loan apps has grown from 154 to 164.

In the meantime, the FCCPC is keeping an eye on 54 loan apps that are on its "watchlist."

The apps are under scrutiny to ensure they follow the rules and treat borrowers fairly.

Here is the list of loan apps that have been delisted:

Swiftkash App

Hen Credit Loan App

Cash Door App

Joy Cash-Loan Up To 1,000,000 App

Eaglecash App

Luckyloan Personal Loan App

Getloan App

Easeloan Apps

Naira Naija

Cashlawn App

Easynaira App

Crediting App

Yoyi App

Nut Loan App

Cashpal App

Nairaeasy Gist Loan App

Camelloan App

Nairaloan App

Moneytreefinance Made Easy App

Cashme App

Secucash App

Creditbox App

Cashmama App

Crimson Credit App

Galaxy Credit App

Ease Cash App



Naira Naija




Naija Cash

Eagle Cash

Firstnell App


Spark Credit


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