Paga, Whitefield Foundation partner to assist MSMEs.

Paga Limited, a leading mobile payments platform, has, in keeping with its objective of “Making Life Possible” partnered Whitefield Foundation to identify small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs) owners who were caught in the #ENDSARS protests in Lagos State.

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The initiative called PAGA BOOST has benefited SME owners across Lagos State with about 60 per cent of the beneficiaries in the Lekki axis.These include artisans, plumbers, Uber drivers, small event place owners, shop owners, and petty traders.

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Building on the work of driving efficient payments for online and offline businesses of which they have over 26000 agents across the country, Paga’s intention is to help in making life easy for young entrepreneurs to enable them contribute to nation rebuilding.

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The beneficiaries expressed gratitude to Whitefield Foundation and Paga for their intervention that has made life possible again.


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