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Jason Njoku

20 Oct 2020
Stay optimistic, worry less about the things you and I cannot control. In the United Kingdom, gatherings of two families of 4 each are now been considered illegal, perhaps temporarily till the current health scare subsides. However, visiting supermarkets and return to offices with no specific limits remain legal. In the midst of this, China…
10 Jun 2017
Amongst nominees in the ten voting categories are popular entertainers and artistes such as TY Bello, Kemi Adetiba and Cobhams Asuquo, as well as technology business leaders such as Jason Njoku, Iyinoluwa Aboyeji...
29 Apr 2017
Aside sharing his testimonies, Alabi disclosed that the programme aimed at encouraging youths, adding that instead of aspiring for great height, some rather give excuses why they cannot do move forward.
24 Mar 2017
Absolutely not - Nigeria’s poor Internet infrastructure is essentially one of the main reasons why we had to de-emphasise our streaming platform that we had spent years developing, and build a mobile app - iROKOtv.

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