Following the order from the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) to suspend mobile numbers of people without a National Identity Number (NIN), there has been a rapid increase in the number of people obtaining their NINs. Between December 15th, 2020 when the order was given and the second deadline date, January 19th, 2021, Nigerian mobile operators […]
Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari (78 years) could become the first African leader to take Covid-19 vaccine as there are reports that he and Vice President, Yemi Osinbanjo, are expected to take their vaccine shots by February on live television. This publicized act is meant to increase acceptance amongst Nigerian citizens to take the vaccine. Last […]
“Steve and Dave use eToro to invest in financial markets, Steve does all the research while Dave plays around, yet they both have the same results.” That’s a copy of a popular eToro advert you might have come across on YouTube. If you’re wondering how Dave and Steve get the same results, the answer is […]
I was one of the winners for the first Nigerian Music-Tech Innovation Challenge and if the pitch event had been a physical one, I imagine I would have been dressed differently. More respectably. But there I was last Wednesday with a t-shirt and short shorts waiting for the announcement that a solution I’d built during […]
In 2019, Cindy, a Kenyan national moved to Nigeria. She shares her tech experience of the city of Lagos and her surprise at how the city is behind on technology.
While many countries are enforcing a lock-down, learning is still going on, thanks in part to edtech apps like Gradely which allow teachers to access content and make their work easier.