VoguePay’s COO to feature as a panelist at the Electronic Payment Providers Association of Nigeria (E-PPAN) session at the 18th National Seminar on Banking and Allied Matters for Judges.
Mohammed Ibrahim Jega, VoguePay’s director of business development was at the ITU World 2018 held in Durban South Africa. He shared his moments at the event. Enjoy the pictures and the moments.
VoguePay has been selected by the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, as one of the 6 startups to fly Nigeria’s flag at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Telecom World 2018 in Durban, South Africa.
Whenever schools are ready to resume from vacation, both parents and school authorities are concerned about one thing: school payments. While parents ponder how to raise and pay the money, school authorities want to ensure there are no defaulters. For both audience, VoguePay offers a payment infrastructure for payment and […]
VoguePay leads startups from Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda and Zambia to VISA Everywhere Initiatives finals 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Idorenyin joined our team in Nigeria, a month ago and recently wrote about his experience so far. We’re sharing a few bits from his post.
This article explains how VoguePay is using free Google Drive account to manage file storage and collaboration among its staff, spread across 3 countries.
Few hours ago, we had our tool box meeting, where the Technical Department shared some thoughts on (PCI DSS) – Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. The discourse was narrowed down to our individual security. Here are some tips shared during the session: 1. Always log out from your PC […]
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The Get Paid: from hustle to pan-African mogul session of the Social Media Week Lagos 2018 was interesting. Convened by Isoko Africa and co-sponsored by VoguePay. More than 400 attendees listened to pan African entrepreneurs including Shade Ladipo, Kola Aina, Sonia Mugabo, Sarah Codjo and Michael Simeon