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4 days ago
The founder of GetBundi, Osita Oparaugo, has intimated the public on how to navigate the educational technology platform. Oparaugo, who gave the tips while speaking with journalists at the GetBundi head office in Lagos, said the platform can be accessed via desktop/laptop, on mobile app (Android and iOS), and through the website. He explained that…
4 Jan
Leaders of African nations have been urged to prioritize teaching digital skills education as 2023 gets on track in order to create the kind of workforce that will propel the development of the continent. The founder and CEO of GetBundi, Osita Oparaugo, made the statement on Tuesday while speaking with journalists in Lagos. He said that if…
5 Dec
With research by reputable institutions showing that people, especially youths, learn better and faster when taught in their home language, GetBundi, an educational technology platform, has incorporated Nigerian Pidgin as a major language of instruction for some of its Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) skills. The platform announced this on 1st December 2022 after it…
4 Nov 2022
Osita Oparaugo, seen here with some students, is the founder of GetBundi.*Founder says platform will up-skill 10 million Africans in 10 years with digital skills GetBundi, an educational technology platform, has secured approval from the Imo State Ministry of Education for the establishment and operation of its GetBundi online STEM and Digital Skills Centre. The…
25 Aug 2022
...as GetBundi founder pays courtesy visit Minister of State for Education, Rt. Hon. Goodluck Nanah Opiah, has said the ministry would support private-sector programmes geared towards educating Nigerians and uplifting the nation’s workforce. The minister made the promise when the founder of GetBundi, Osita Oparaugo, paid him a visit to introduce the educational technology (EdTech)…
11 Jul 2022
Promoters of GetBundi, an educational technology platform, are seeking a partnership with the government of The Gambia to make Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education and digital skills accessible to the country’s citizens, particularly the youth. Osita Oparaugo, founder/CEO of GetBundi, made this known during a visit to Mohamadou Musa Njie, The Gambian High…
11 Jul 2022
Osita Oparaugo, founder/CEO, GetBundiGetBundi, an educational technology platform, was launched in Lagos, Nigeria recently to help equip youths across Africa with high-quality, engaging and accessible Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education and digital skills. Osita Oparaugo, founder/CEO of GetBundi, in this interview speaks on the idea behind the platform and the relevance of STEM…
4 Jul 2022
According to experts, education in the STEM fields is the cornerstone of any meaningful or long-term economic growth and progress. Yet, in terms of STEM education, Africa falls behind the rest of the globe, with less than 25% of African higher education students choosing STEM-related careers. A new educational technology platform has been introduced in…
24 Sep 2020
Since it was launched in Lagos in April 2019, Ogelle, Africa’s first user generated content platform with 100 percent focus on African content, has continued to recording impressive acceptance not just from users in Nigeria but all over Africa and globally. It has also received endorsement from prominent figures across Nigeria and beyond.
30 Aug 2018
Stakeholders in the oil and gas, and investment sectors have said growing socio-economic uncertainties and political instability could further quash inflow of investment into the country.The experts, who reacted to the declining level of investment into Nigeria’s oil and gas sector, are worried that the country...
22 Jul 2018
There is lack of infrastructure. If you have adequate infrastructure to support manufacturing, why would the grower of yam export yam tubers. Why should we export tomato and fruits and buy tomato puree and processed juice? Why should we export bitter kola and buy energy drink? The cost of production is so high in Africa...
20 Jun 2018
Over N6 billion is currently being invested by an investment bridge and financial news company, Footprint to Africa, to build one of Africa’s biggest yam and plantain processing plants...

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