After the disappointing end to Tizeti’s independent investigation, it’s understandable that more than a few people are already skeptical of the outcome of independent investigations at WeJapa, another Nigerian startup that has found itself in some controversy.

The CEO of WeJapa, Favour Ori, has been accused of underpaying developers and making false promises. While he denies wrongdoing, he has stepped down as CEO and one of the company’s investors, Microtraction is doing some big talk on how it intends to stay out of the way of the investigation.

This week, we also look at how much African countries are paying for mobile data as well as what going to the cinemas will look like in in our post-lockdown reality.

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