Group to reward over 100 football lovers in Nigeria every week

A group, Bravura Solutions, on February 28, lunched PayMe, a self funded, online trivia soccer quiz, designed to empower about 110 Nigerian football lovers every week.

PayMe, according to the CEO Bravura Solution limited, Mr. Levi Nwaokenneyah, is based on pool leverage ratio, he said that it is an intellectual quiz contest which selects winners purely based on their knowledge capacity and the swiftness of providing the correct answers.

He said payMe, was created strictly for the involvement of every interested adult resident of Nigeria and subsequently in approved Countries of the World.

Nwaokenneyah noted that winners are placed under three categories. Ten persons will win hundred thousand naira each week, hundred persons will win ten thousand naira, each week, while three most valuable players will be rewarded with 1million naira each month.

In total, the platform will empower 443 participants every month.
To qualify, Nwaokennaya said that interested participants have to create an account with PayMe where they are expected to fill in their details, adding that it is expected that a quizzer purchases a token at the rate of N200.00 which he is going to play with.

“Players register, purchase tokens, test the waters by means of a demo quiz before the actual quiz session, results are displayed at the end of the players session, and winners are announced on the last day of the week(Sunday).


“Winners emerge weekly, as well as monthly (period of 4 week) with rewards of 100,000 naira given to each of the top 10 weekly contestants, 10,000 naira each for the next 100 persons in line, and then at the end of the month/4 weeks, the best 3 contestants during the past 4 weeks of play wins 1 million naira each.

“Undoubtedly, The fiscal opportunities in payMe™ will surely benefit the society enormously in all ramifications, especially in reducing common crimes of stealing, kidnapping and banditry as a very large population of youths will be earning enough income to help satisfy their immediate economic needs and therefore be less dependent on illegitimate sources of income,” according to the CEO.

Executive Director of the company, Mr. Botex Nwaokenneyah, said not having an Internet enabling phone is not an excuse not to participate, noting that interested quizzers can walk in to any cyber cafe around him to get registered.

General manager, Bravura Solutions, Mr. Benjamin Mbaocha, assured participants that their details are well secured as the needed security measures were put in place in the website to ensure that a participant’s information is protected.

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