Nigerian news sources took their sweet time getting on the web, but it’s 2015, and most of them not only have websites, but mobile apps. In fact, news apps are some of the most downloaded Android apps in Nigeria.
That’s right. Konga, Jumia, and DealDey might have more traffic coming to them than Nigeria’s biggest content websites.
Dormant mobile money operators (MMOs) in Nigeria may soon have their licenses withdrawn by the country’s apex bank, Central Bank of Nigeria…
Thanks to the Wayback Machine, we get to unearth the digital past. Here’s how 7 of Nigeria’s most popular websites looked when they first launched, as far back as a decade and a half ago. Nairaland Nairaland was launched in 2005 by Seun Osewa. That’s more than a year before Facebook became available to the general public. […]