Every child deserves a good education irrespective of their family or socioeconomic background. They should go to school to learn, expand their minds, develop capabilities, discover themselves and soar, not worry about unpaid tuition.


Looking back, you may remember how unpleasant it was for you or a friend to be called out during the school assembly and sent home because of unpaid tuition. You’ll recall the side giggles of schoolmates or the pain of missing important tests and classes. More so, some of your classmates that were sent home never came back to school.


Now that you’re a parent, you're doing everything to ensure you give your child the very best. That’s the reason you leave home early, drive long distances, endure “difficult” bosses or situations, and enrol them in some of the best schools. But in an environment like ours where everything is paid for in full, coupled with high costs of living, multiple financial commitments, late salary payments and now, layoffs/pay cuts due to the economic crisis caused by COVID-19, financial obligations can get overwhelming.


Yet, in the midst of all these, we want you to relax and let your salary work for you. That’s why we’re partnering with Bento Africa, a forward-thinking payroll company, to help lighten the financial burden off you.


If your employer pays you through Bento Africa, this partnership is for you. It will enable you to enjoy our pay school fees monthly service, a subscription method of paying children’s tuition. Here’s how it works:

  • Request for your child’s termly tuition to be paid in advance
  • Make a 25% downpayment of their termly tuition (rather than the usual 40%)
  • We’ll pay the full tuition to your child’s school
  • Bento Africa will deduct the tuition from your salary every month, in easy-to-pay instalments


You’ll more or less be paying school fees like you pay your DSTV subscription!


We’re excited and can’t wait to go live! So, please stay tuned to be among the first set of people to enjoy the gift Bento Africa has in store.