I am REALLY sorry, but we’re putting the live broadcast on hold because we need to take some time off to think about how to make it really, REALLY great.

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The truth is we kinda stumbled into it, and when all the great feedback came rolling in, we realised that we weren’t ready. We weren’t ready for the love. Here’s some of the things people have told us about the broadcast.

I really enjoyed the TechCabal live video and wondered is this a regular feature. If so, when does it occur each week? – Angela Ebirim, Calabar.

Just wanna say good job on the livecast thing. Its helping all of us that are a bit away from the Nigerian startup ecosystem to understand the state of things – Victor Ajayi, Scotland

Best lunchtime entertainment – Jessica Hope, UK

Do you think we’re walking away from that? Never. We’ll be back sooner than you think. I promise. Stay tuned, and if you haven’t watched our previous broadcasts, watch them all on Blab, or on TechCabal’s YouTube channel.

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