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Customer Service
0700-000-PAGA (0700-000-7242)
Office Locations
Lagos Office (Head Office)
176, Herbert Macaulay Way,
3rd Floor, Yaba
Lagos Mainland, Lagos State

Ibadan Office
90/91 Choice plaza,
Challenge, Ibadan, Oyo State

Abuja Office
Plot 340, No 40, Krystal Lounge
Aminu Kano crescent, Opposite Union Bank
Wuse 2, Abuja

Ilorin Office
119A Ibrahim Taiwo road,
Beside Access Bank,
Ilorin, Kwara State

Port-Harcourt Office
27, stadium road,
Opposite the Atrium Event Centre,
Port Harcourt, River State


Acumen Fund

Acumen Fund is working to create a world beyond poverty by investing in social enterprises, emerging leaders and breakthrough ideas. We invest patient capital in business models that deliver critical goods and services to the world’s poor, improving the lives of millions. Since 2001, Acumen Fund has globally invested more than $75 million in 69 companies. We are also working to build a global community of emerging leaders that believe in creating a more inclusive world through the tools of both business and philanthropy. Please visit for more information.

Adlevo Capital

Adlevo Capital is the first private equity firm focused on investments into technology−enabled companies across multiple African countries. The firm was founded by seasoned professionals to capitalize on growing investment opportunities in the technology−enabled service segments of multiple industry sectors in sub−Saharan Africa. The Adlevo Capital team’s operating experience, technology expertise and extensive network of relationships enable it to add significant value to portfolio companies from its local offices in Lagos and Johannesburg. Its portfolio includes InterSwitch Limited, the leading provider of electronic payment processing services in West Africa and Paga, Nigeria’s leading money transfer service. For more information, visit

Capricorn Investment Group

Established in 2001, Capricorn Investment Group is a privately−owned, independent investment manager with offices in Palo Alto and New York. Capricorn currently manages approximately $4.5 billion in total capital across a highly diversified, global blend of investment funds and opportunistic direct investment strategies. Its vision is to provide consistently strong investment performance and disciplined risk management, true independence, and a principled investment approach.

Goodwell West Africa

Goodwell West Africa is a microfinance investment vehicle co−managed by investment manager Goodwell Investments from the Netherlands and Alitheia Capital in Nigeria. The fund’s mission is to improve access to affordable financial services for people at the ‘Base of the Pyramid’. Therefore Goodwell West Africa invests in entrepreneurial institutions aimed at banking the unbanked, seeking to achieve a substantial social return as well as an attractive financial result.

Omidyar Network

Omidyar Network is a philanthropic investment firm dedicated to harnessing the power of markets to create opportunity for people to improve their lives. Established in 2004 by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar and his wife Pam, the organization invests in and helps scale innovative organizations to catalyze economic and social change. To date, Omidyar Network has committed more than $490 million to for−profit companies and non−profit organizations that foster economic advancement and encourage individual participation across multiple investment areas, including microfinance, property rights, consumer internet, mobile and government transparency. To learn more, visit

Tim Draper (Angel Investor)

Tim Draper is the Founder and a Managing Director of Draper Fisher Jurvetson, a venture−capital firm with a global presence. He is a reputed for investing in early stage companies and in emerging markets. Some of the successes under his belt include investments in Skype, Baidu (Chinese search engine), and Hotmail (acquired by Microsoft). As an advocate for entrepreneurs and free markets, Tim has pioneered the way in investments in emerging technology markets including the Internet, and mobile communications.

Jim O'Neill (Angel Investor)

Jim O'Neill is the former Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Chief Economist. O'Neill coined the "BRIC" acronym in 2001, which was derived from his thesis that Brazil, Russia, India and China would dominate growth in emerging markets; O'Neill first became interested in Paga when he interviewed Mr. Tayo Oviosu as part of a series on BBC radio discussing the MINT group − a new acronym O'Neill coined to represent Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, Turkey; the next set of countries that he believes will be the growth markets that will shape the world's economy in the coming decades. O'Neill is a firm believer in Nigeria's potential " be a spectacular economic success" and is confident that the entrepreneurial abilities of the countries younger demographic will be a catalyst for growth over the next 20 years. And that indigenous startups, such as Paga, who are focused on a key sector − payments, will be the major drivers of growth.


Paga received a US$2 million grant from Enhancing Financial Innovation & Access (EFInA) to develop and deliver low cost financial products through Paga’s nationwide agent network. EFInA is an independent, not−for−profit financial sector development organization. Established in late 2007, EFInA’s vision is to be the leader in facilitating the emergence of an all−inclusive and growth−promoting financial system, by promoting pro−poor financial sector development and financial inclusion in Nigeria. EFInA is funded by the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID) and The Bill − Melinda Gates Foundation.