The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC)’s new order to suspend mobile numbers of people without a National Identity Number (NIN) before the new year has pissed off a lot of Nigerians. On Tuesday the 15th of December, the NCC released a statement ordering the suspension of the registration of new SIM cards by all Mobile Network […]
“It’s high time,” African Investment Advisor, Aubrey Hruby tweeted supporting calls for an end to police brutality in Nigeria. “I brought VC investors to Nigeria from Egypt last year and they were completely shaken down and robbed by the police as they were leaving the country after an amazing week of meeting with stellar Nigerian […]
On a chilling livestream on Instagram by DJ Switch, a Nigerian DJ and songwriter, over 130,000 people watched the slow, painful death of a young Nigerian protester on Tuesday, October 20, 2020. According to eyewitnesses, the victim had been shot by a soldier of the Nigerian Army. A unit had descended on Lekki toll gate […]
Parents have gradually become teachers homeschooling their children, while children are forgetting what school feels like as Nigeria’s coronavirus cases continue to rise. With Nigeria’s rising cases, will the government consider cancelling the rest of the 2019 school year?
Organisations in Nigeria suffer more cyberattacks than any other country in Africa. But these attacks go unreported despite a mandatory regulation for disclosure.
NITDA has shared a progress report on its efforts to support startups affected by COVID-19. In a document shared this week, it said it has activated a number of recommendations to offset the worst of the pandemic.