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This week’s edition of TechCabal live is going to be a debate. Ish. No one’s going to be picking sides, we’re just going to be having what promises to be a lively conversation about whether Nigerian entrepreneurs are too fixated on ecommerce. Or like Dotun who started this whole thing asked: “Should African entrepreneurs should use technology to create a new future or should they stick with microwaving safe and proven business models such as ecommerce?”

Sound interesting? Join us at noon on Wednesday the 6th. That’s tomorrow, by the way. Click through to the broadcast page to subscribe, and we’ll send you a reminder when we’re going live. With me will be Dotun Olowoporoku, an enterpreneur, consultant and founder of Starta, and Lanre Akinlagun, founder and CEO of Drinks.ng. And like we always do, you’ll be able to participate in the live text chat, or even dial in to have your say. See you then.

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Africa has a potential to have installed energy capacity of about 350,000 MW (350 GW) from hydropower alone but only about 10 – 20% has been installed.


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