went offline unexpectedly on Saturday morning and many concluded that the company has collapsed.

The firm has issued an apology to all its customers citing technical challenges with their servers due to lot of people trying to access their website. The firm promises to restore the website on Monday.

In latest development, Boostpal has acquired offices in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya for a grand launch of the money-making platform on Wednesday.

“Over 200,000 realtime visitors overloaded our servers. We are fixing this issue and we look forward to be up and running by Monday. We have acquired offices in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya. We are in for business and not to scam people. We run a comprehensive model where advertisers pay users.” – PRO David Njagi said.

David added that they’ve started issuing payments to all those who requested before the website went off and would resume payments when the website comes back on Monday.

In August 2018, Boostpal faced similar problem and went offline for three days. The statement issued yesterday by the company assured investors of a permanent solution.