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17 Feb
Microblogging platform, Twitter, has added the pan-African payment solutions Barter by Flutterwave and Paga as additional payment providers to Tips.
13 Oct 2021
Despite the worth of Nigeria Exchange Limited (NGX), estimated to be in excess of N20 trillion, financial technology (Fintech) firms are looking beyond the shores of Nigeria...
18 Aug 2021
Nigeria is a highly business-oriented economy with an estimated 37 million micro, small and medium-sized companies (MSMEs). The entrepreneurial economy contributes roughly 48% of the country’s gross domestic product and employs over 60 million people, making Nigeria the largest economy in sub-Saharan Africa. Meanwhile, financial risk is one of the major risks facing owners of…
17 Apr 2020
SystemSpecs, providers of Remita, and Paga, a mobile money service provider in the country, have partnered to extend the frontiers of electronic payments in Nigeria. This comes as Nigerians practice social distance, stay at home and remain safe in the face the COVID-19 pandemic. In a statement by the organizations, the first phase of the…
9 May 2019
Stakeholders recently gathered with security agencies from across Nigeria, at the maiden workshop on process flow in the mobile money ecosystem...
26 Apr 2019
Worldremit, digital money transfer company, and Paga Nigeria have partnered to launch international money transfers to Nigeria. Using the WorldRemit app or website, Nigerians in diaspora living in over 50 countries can now send money quickly and securely to over 11 million Paga users. In a press statement, the company said that the new partnership…
7 Apr 2019
In recent times, many Nigerians have been relying on financial technology (Fintech) companies for quick solutions to their financial constraints. A cross-section of the population now use these companies to pay their bills, save funds, transfer cash, and even take loans. The disruption fintechs brought about in the financial services space is certainly undeniable, and…
6 Apr 2019
In recent times, many Nigerians have been relying on financial technology (Fintech) companies for quick solutions to their financial constraints. A cross-section of the population now use these companies to pay their bills, save funds, transfer cash, and even take loans. The disruption fintechs brought about in the financial services space is certainly undeniable, and…
5 Apr 2019
Mobile money company, Paga, clocks 10 years in business since being founded in 2009 and officially opened its doors for commercial operations in 2012. This April marks 10 years since Tayo Oviosu, Paga’s founder and CEO, embarked on the Paga journey. “I started Paga with one goal: To solve the “use of cash” problem — Cash is…
4 Apr 2019
Mobile money company, Paga, has said that in 10 years of its operations in Nigeria, it has successfully processed over 72 million transactions worth $4.6 billion (N1.2 Trillion), with a record of 12 million customers.
16 Nov 2018
Paga, the leading mobile money company in Nigeria announced that it has signed on as the exclusive payment partner to Orange Mall, an e-commerce solution making global shopping...
14 Sep 2018
Paga has announced that it has closed a $10 million growth financing led by the Global Innovation Fund.Also participating in the round were existing investors Goodwell (managed by Alitheia Capital), Adlevo Capital, Omidyar Network and Unreasonable Capital.

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