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Paga

6 Apr 2019
In this edition of Guardian Life, we meet the brains behind Paga, Tayo Oviosu and Jay Alabraba. Paga is one of the leading financial services in Nigeria. These two, through the services rendered, have been able to capture both the hearts and pockets of over 12 million Nigerians.
12 Sep 2018
Nigerian digital payments start-up, Paga has signed a 10 million dollar series B2 funding with Global Innovation Fund to boost its operations.
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Jay Alabraba, speaking to Guardian TV, says the launch of Free Basics will be an opportunity for Paga to introduce more premium goods to people. He further said the platform will be useful for the economy as it will make people more productive.

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