Introducing AKO’ – Fashion, Beauty and Lifestyle Services at your Fingertips.

Book and Relax; List and Make Money!


Ever wished you could just pick up your phone, find a service and get a professional just at a snap?

There’s an app for that! AKO’ – The first online platform for fashion, beauty and lifestyle services.
AKO knows you already have enough to do; this is why they’re providing you with an app that lets you;

  • Connect with vendors
  • Grow your customer base
  • Pay for services conveniently

With our strong commitment to solving the complexities of payments for businesses and individuals, we’re excited to announce our partnership with AKO’. With Paga, customers and vendors can enjoy the convenience and safety of cashless payments on AKO’.

AKO’s digital landscape accommodates instant transactional relationships anytime and anywhere in Nigeria between customers in need of these services, and vendors across all spectrums of rates, experience level, location, and availability.

With its key slogan, Book and Relax; List and Make Money, AKO’s platform streamlines the process of searching, booking and paying for a Barber, a Makeup Artist, a Wardrobe stylist or any service within its scope. Thereby offering customers a wide range of choices, based on rates, geographical location, time, date preferences, and other customer applicable filters. It also gives all sorts of vendors – students, freelancers, and entrepreneurs, whom may have acquired skills through personal training or from formal institutions, a FREE platform to market themselves and get paid for their craft.

AKO’s partnership with Paga, assures vendors and customers a seamless and safe gateway of making and receiving payments for services delivered. This ensures the best customer experience for AKO’ users.

It’s Easy with AKO’


Download the app now, find a service in the simplest way and 

For more information about AKO’, please visit



TerraPay joins forces with MoneyTrans and Paga to make cross border remittance easy between Europe and Nigeria


With our commitment to providing financial inclusion, we are pleased to announce our partnership with MoneyTrans; a leading Money Transfer company and TerraPay; a mobile-first international payment network to launch cross-border remittances from Spain to mobile wallets in Nigeria.

Now Nigerians in Spain can send money to any mobile phone number in Nigeria through Paga, just by visiting the nearest MoneyTrans store. The recipient can withdraw money from more than 11,000 Paga agents across Nigeria or make card-less withdrawal from ATMs. The recipient can also use the money to pay bills, buy airtime or send the money to any other phone number or bank account in Nigeria, among other services.

The mobile based cross-border remittance service has been launched in Spain and will be followed by successive launches in Belgium, France and Italy in the coming weeks.  To mark this occasion, Mr. Jeremy De Smet, COO of MoneyTrans said, “We are glad to take another huge step in enabling mobile money services in Africa. TerraPay is well positioned to offer a strong solution building upon and leveraging a major technical infrastructure that has been in place for many years in Africa.”

Commenting on the partnership Jay Alabraba, Co-founder Paga said, “We are happy to collaborate with TerraPay and MoneyTrans in enabling secure transfers between Spain and Nigeria, the first of several important remittance corridors we will be launching together. By combining Paga’s extensive reach with the proven capabilities of TerraPay and MoneyTrans in the international remittance space, we are bringing to market a seamless and easy-to-use facility for Nigerians at home and in the diaspora.”

“Nigeria presents a wide array of opportunities for companies like TerraPay, as it is the biggest remittances receiver in Africa”, said Ambar Sur, Founder and CEO of TerraPay. “This partnership with MoneyTrans and Paga will play a pivotal role in cross border remittances in Nigeria, helping to reduce fees, improve speed and provide convenience for users.”

Nigeria is ranked sixth among the top remittance-receiving countries in the world. In 2015, the World Bank pegged remittances received in Nigeria at $21 billion.

Abuja, keep your lights on…

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Hello Abuja! No more waiting in long queues or missing appointments to keep your lights on. You can now conveniently pay your electricity bills with Paga.

Recharge your AEDC prepaid meter with Paga in 4 simple steps:

  • Visit  Click on bill pay or merchant then select AEDC prepaid
  • Enter your AEDC prepaid payment details
  • Enter your personal details
  • Confirm transaction details and choose to pay with a Paga account or ATM card

You can also pay at your nearest Paga agent or NIPOST offices within Abuja and the environs.

Get your electricity token instantly by SMS.

For more information, contact us at:

0700 000 7242