Nigeria’s Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, says the current administration has plans of building more tech hubs in Nigeria. The hubs will probably be based on the Yaba model. What else happened this lovely Friday?

Nigeria’s Vice President Says The Administration Plans To Build More Technology Hubs

The administration of Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari seems primed to play an active role in the country’s growing technology scene.

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe Launches NFC-Enabled Sticker For Mobile Money Transactions

Zimbabwe’s Econet Wireless has introduced a NFC-enabled sticker with which users can transact at any enabled point of sale through their mobile money accounts.

ChatClass Is A Teaching Solution That Lets High Schoolers Take Classes On WhatsApp

WhatsApp, our favourite escape pod into light hearted conversations, snarky banters and whatever else we use it for these days is getting a major upgrade. No, Whatsapp is not rolling out an update, but a startup is layering a teaching solution on it.

Discover New Places To Eat With Ofadaa.Com

Ofadaa helps you discover restaurants around Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan and Port Harcourt.

Gearbox Launches Incubation Programme For Hardware Startups

Gearbox Lite is an incubation programme looking to provide hardware startups with equipment, knowledge, advice and funding.

Register For The First International MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp

At the last MITx Global entrepreneurship bootcamp, five Nigerian startups were part of the 50 that participated from over 24 countries.

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Not everyone can fit in at a startup. So, what kinds of people should you avoid?

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