“I don suffer no be small, upon say I get sense, Poverty no good at all ooo, Nayin make I join this business. 419 no be thief, It’s just a game, everybody dey play am, If anybody fall mugu, ah, my brother, I go chop am. National Airport, na me get am, National Stadium, na […]
Tora is a self-described ‘human resources technology’ startup. Based in Lagos, the company recruits, trains and verifies drivers for individuals and businesses that require their services.
This promise of safety, it seems, is becoming even more difficult to keep as reports continue to make the rounds about riders, especially women, being harassed in various forms, from unwelcome physical contact to intimidation, verbal abuse, endangerment and in extreme cases, physical harm.
With social media giant Facebook looking to be saddled with more deceased user accounts than living by 2100, there is an increasing need to think about what happens to our digital assets after we pass on.
It’s a sunny Monday morning in Lagos. The city is gradually peeling off the pseudo-drowsiness of the weekend as I make my way through the impatient honking of horns of late morning traffic. Inside STEMCafe—the brainchild of Bosun Tijani, CEO, CcHUB—on the first floor of Enyo Service Station along the Lekki-Epe expressway, I leave the […]
What will a no-likes count social media mean for influencer marketing if it becomes a permanent feature or if it’s just the beginning of similar tactics planned for the future?