Raadaa is a tech/educational company with the mission of breaking barrier in knowledge and information sharing across the world, starting from Africa and developing nations.


They have been pursuing the realization of their mission by launching a website, where students, academics, researchers and content developers can publish their research papers at no cost, get peer reviews on their work and get paid per view on their work. Anybody can also access the research materials, read and download them at no cost to them once they have an account.


Raadaa founder/CEO, Mr Ezugwu Chogozie told Brojid World in an interview that it was founded to enrich the world, starting  from Africa, with knowledge and help authors get reward for their labour.“Raadaa is borne out of the desire to provide open and unrestricted access to research, preserve and collate research works and empower researchers by helping them monetize their research works with ease.”


Ever since the launch of, Mr Ezugwu revealed that hundreds of people have been signing up on the platform and uploading their research works and contents every week ; however Raadaa team will not be satisfied until every research work carried out by Africans is uploaded on Raadaa for easy access and lasting storage.


In his words, “While we are happy for the acceptance of our vision and support from students, lecturers, universities and investors who have keyed into our vision to break barrier in knowledge sharing in Africa, we know very well that there are still many researchers, students and contents developers that are yet to create their accounts on We created a referral programme to reward for anybody that signs up from their referral and for anybody that signup through your link, you get #50.”


He explained that for you to earn from this referral programme, you must have an account or create your account and from your account dashboard, you can copy a customized link with which you which will track every person that signs up through your link.


The implication of this Raadaa offer is that by signing up, you have unrestricted access to thousands of research papers, you can upload yours, earn per view on them and get paid for every person you invite to sign up. If it sounds unbelievable to you, Raadaa CEO, Mr Chigozie explains why they make such huge offer, “At Raadaa, we see anyone that helps us achieve our mission of ensuring availability and unrestricted access to information sharing a partner and these offers are out token of appreciation.”




When you sign up today, you copy your link and share to on your social media accounts you have opened your window to wealth building.  When you get 20 persons to sign up every day for 30 days, you have 600 people and that amounts to #30,000 for the month.


Guess what? You don’t have to leave the comfort of your home to invite them; just share the link on your Facebook wall, page, groups and chats; broadcast it on WhatsApp and share on your WhatsApp groups.  Also, if you have a blog/website, you can also copy your referral link and embed it into your posts and download Raadaa referral banners for your header, post insertion and sidebars.


The more people sign up the more money you get. In fact, if you can get 1,000 people to sign up, you will earn #50,000. Raadaa referral programme is simply a gold mine for you that have a smart phone, spare time you. The starting point of mining this gold is creating your free account HERE.


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