Highlights from Paga 2017 Women’s Day Celebration



Every year, on special occasions such as Women’s Day, Paga celebrates with the team but this year it was exceptional with many activities to celebrate the day and also creating a platform to forge women’s advancement.

2017 Women’s Day was so special with members of our team sharing insights on how to Be Bold for Change, we also had a small gathering in the office on March 8th and took it further by organizing a small event to mentor young women in their careers.

In case you missed it on our social media, no worries, we’re excited to share the updates with you.


We started the celebration with sharing ideas & thoughts that show the Paga team is committed to the success of women.

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These men & women are a part of a unique development of women. We hope you are too!

The celebration happened on March 8th and started with a short note by our Founder and CEO, Tayo Oviosu who inspired us with his words.

Check out some photos from the day;

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David & The Wheelbarrows – A #MakingLifePossible Story

When we carried out our #MakingLifePossible contest in April, we were amazed by the inspiring stories people sent from across the country. When the contest ended, we realized that each of the stories we received deserved to be shared and celebrated.

One of the people who participated is David, a trader in Oyingbo Market, Lagos.

When we first met David, he said; “I noticed that in our country Nigeria, poverty is prevalent. For example, there was this man that walked up to me one day to beg for help. He asked me to assist him #300 to start a “pure water” trade. That with it, he will stop begging for alms and create a money making source. I was greatly moved and offered him my help. From time to time, he comes around to thank me for my assistance.”

David entered the contest for assistance to provide wheelbarrows for youths to make little income – helping traders and customers move their goods from one place to another. David’s goal was to keep youths away from crime and improve the community. In this present economic situation, that’s a great way to think!

Did David achieve this goal? Yes, and even more!  

We saw the amazing effort David was making, shared in his goal and also saw the need to make financial services available in his community because there are no banks around and traders had to go a distance to deposit their daily income into their bank account.

Paga provided the funds needed for the production of the wheelbarrows.


And in addition, set David up to be a Paga agent for FREE. 


Now, David can keep youths off the streets with the wheelbarrows provided for them to make daily income and also help people in his community pay their bills, send money and make deposits into their bank account.

David’s words of appreciation to Paga
“My appreciation goes to Paga for organizing this competition, never believed such could have come up and be real, when I first mentioned it to my wife that I was a winner, she told me it was a scam but because I’ve had cause to pay my GOtv subscriptions on Paga platform through their agents, I never had a doubt. Now with all the events past by she is now Paga’s No. 1 fan. My appreciation again goes to Paga for making me an agent all expense paid, also my gratitude goes to all the never tiring staffs for their welcoming attitude. My dream of poverty alleviation was boosted with purchase of three wheelbarrows to keep the youths busy vista vis making the society crime free. Thank you for making life possible.”

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Paga Has Made My Career Possible


Earlier this year, on our #MakingLifePossible campaign, we carried out a contest where we asked people to pitch us ideas on how we can make life possible for them or people around them. We had a lot of entries and one of them was Adeniran Adetoro, a year 3 Unilag Sociology student. When we met him, he needed a laptop to develop his skills and carry out school work more effectively.

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Why wait in a queue when we’ve got you?

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I have been using my Paga since 2014. I left it for a while and came back in 2015 and it’s been a great experience, so great in fact that I haven’t been to banking halls in ages. Regardless of the CBN regulations that limited transactions initially, my Paga account has never failed me. I conveniently make deposits to any bank account and pay my bills.

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