Abitoye Fleet of Digital Space to Help Poor Nigerians


By Juliet Umeh

The founder of Digital Space, Olubukola Abitoye, has launched a foundation aimed at offering relief to underprivileged Nigerians against the economic hardships orchestrated by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Digital Space Capital Limited offers a wide range of financial services with integrated solutions in asset management, corporate finance and business advisory, loans, currency services, brokerage and transactions, crowdfunding and aggregation.

Abitoye said that after experiencing poverty as a child, the Florence Modupe Foundation floated in honor of her mother, who raised her alone from the tender age of five, after her father’s death.

The foundation was also unveiled on its 40th birthday, along with the launch of its book; Grace guide.

She said: “I am honored to meet with so many women and men today who have a deep passion for development and sustainable growth. Your energy and dedication are truly inspiring. I want to say that this enthusiastic engagement from civil society sets the tone for our journey that begins today. Today I have chosen to start something that I am passionate about and if you are here in this room it is because you also share that passion.

“What we propose to achieve from this day on is no small thing, but with a vision like ours; dreams will come true and success stories will be told at the end of this career ”, he added.

Abitoye has more than a decade of professional experience in the financial sector and a proven track record as a key player in facilitating major transformations in areas such as Investment Banking, Asset Management, Insurance and Fintech from key banking institutions, among others.

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Abitoye Fleet of Digital Space to Help Poor Nigerians

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