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18 May
oraimo, Africa’s leading smart accessory brand, has partnered with EcoFlow, the global leading eco-friendly energy solution company, to bring the DELTA 2 and RIVER 600 solar generators to the African market. This partnership is a game-changer for the African continent, as it brings together two reputable brands that are known for their quality and affordability.
27 Jan
oraimo has once again reinforced its standing as the number 1 consumer electronics brand in Nigeria. From its recent Burna Boy brand ambassadorship deal to the introduction of its one-of-a-kind smart charging technology---Anifast, this brand has continuously dominated the market for all the right reasons.
10 Nov 2022
Nigeria’s leading mobile accessories brand, oraimo, is set to add another icon to join 2Baba as the brand’s ambassador. This information was revealed when speaking to the Country Marketing Manager, David Onyeneke. He hinted that as the No 1 TWS and Smartwatch brand in Africa, the brand is making moves to partner with an individual…


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Students and academics protested at Turkey's top university Friday, defying a ban on the near 900-day strike imposed after President Recip Tayyip Erdogan was re-elected for five more years.
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A Hezbollah official said Friday there was "no justification" for linking the powerful Lebanese group to an Irish peacekeeper's killing, a day after a judicial official accused five militants of last year's attack.
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Senegalese authorities on Friday deployed security forces around the capital Dakar, a day after an outburst of violence left nine people dead following the conviction of opposition politician Ousmane Sonko.
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The Dean, Faculty of Applied Sciences, KolaDaisi University, Ibadan ( KDU-I), Prof. Olajumoke Morenikeji, has called on the incoming administration under the leadership of Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu to invest heavily in education, prioritize welfare of lecturers and pay the eight month outstanding salaries of the Academic Staff Union of Nigeria (ASUU) members.
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A non-governmental organization based in Jos, Stefanos Foundation on Thursday revealed that about 1,872 deaths, 714 abductions, and 65 injuries were recorded in Nigeria between January and April 2023 alone.