ZojaPay, a digital payment solution, has introduced its app with the aim of providing inclusive financial services to over 200 million Nigerians. The launch event took place in Lagos, showcasing the app’s capabilities in offering both contactless and digital payments for customers and merchants, eliminating the need for physical point-of-sale (PoS) machines.
Mr. Olusegin Dada, CEO/Founder of ZojaPay, emphasized that the app goes beyond being a conventional payment service, serving as a beacon for financial inclusion. The digitalized financial app facilitates seamless, secure, and convenient transactions, supporting various methods such as QR codes, NFC, phone-to-phone, or Soft POS functionalities.
Dada highlighted that ZojaPay enables affordable and accessible banking services for Nigerians, providing free transfers and offering a N500 cashback on first transfers. He expressed the app’s role in empowering, simplifying, and securing financial interactions, representing a significant advancement in the fintech sector.
Mr. Babatunde Fajemirokun, Managing Director of AIICO Insurance and Chairman of the occasion, noted that ZojaPay’s entry into Nigeria’s thriving fintech industry marks a milestone for the country’s entire financial landscape. He emphasized ZojaPay’s commitment to enhancing accessibility, efficiency, and security for every user, shaping a future where financial technology empowers individuals and businesses.
Mr. Olu Akanmu, a thought leader in Business Strategy, Marketing, and Technology, commented on the launch, stating that ZojaPay signifies a step toward an empowered future where financial technology enriches lives and fosters opportunities across Nigeria. He highlighted ZojaPay’s role in digitalizing payments, transcending boundaries to facilitate secure transactions seamlessly, regardless of location.