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4 Mar 2017
Experts have stressed the need for the implementation of the Cybercrime Act in the country. The Act became a law in Nigeria in 2015.Panelists, who were gathered on the 4th day of the Social Media Week...
3 Mar 2017
The Executive Director of Stand To End Rape (STER) initiative, Oluwaseun Osowobi, said that social media has contributed significantly to rape, violence against women and girls.
3 Mar 2017
Just as there are those that will point to negative impacts of technology products, so there are instances where over-reliance on tech to solve business problems have proved costly due to the absence of human connection. 
3 Mar 2017
Mallam El-Rufai believes that technology is a tool for human progress and therefore a tool for governance. He also said, technology, innovation and digital media is the way to go for electoral reforms to happen.
3 Mar 2017
We set a really high bar for ourselves for attendance and social engagement numbers. But from the look of things, we’re happy to see the event packed everyday and with encouraging feedback.
2 Mar 2017
Day 3 of the 2017 Social Media Week brought a sharp focus on the role of women in digital. First up was Connected African: Empowering Young Women Through Tech...
2 Mar 2017
The primary purpose of government in Nigeria, at least constitutionally, is the security and welfare of the people. This is the case in democracies all over the world.
2 Mar 2017
Social media helps businesses reach, connect and interact with a part of their target audience which may not have been possible with traditional media.
1 Mar 2017
1 Mar 2017
With mobile becoming increasingly central to people’s lives, experts have said that the future of payment lies in digital, which will be championed by mobile devices.
1 Mar 2017
After rounding off Monday’s series of events with a Ciroc party in hope of a successful fifth edition, yesterday’s instalment of Social Media Week Lagos did not disappoint at all.
1 Mar 2017
When Nigeria rebased its economy in 2014, the IT sector, according to figures from the ICT Ministry, contributed 8.7 per cent to the country’s Gross Domestic product.

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Mental health experts have said that growing insecurity, and forced displacement, among other challenges in the country, are capable of increasing mental health issues in the country.
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The police in Enugu State, yesterday, said it is not aware of reports making the rounds that gunmen have issued a 10-day sit-at-home notice in the entire Igbo-Eze North Council of the state.
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The people of Nsukka West Constituency, in Nsukka Council of Enugu State, yesterday, gathered in their numbers in Nsukka town to celebrate Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, who is the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party
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The traditional ruler of Obeagu-Ugwuaji Autonomous Community in Enugu South Council, Enugu State, Igwe Christopher Ikenga, yesterday, dismissed allegations of land grabbing and intimidation leveled against him
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Emmanuel Gyan and his wife, Deborah Pam, On Saturday, won the male and female categories of the Warri Effurun Peace Marathon concluded at the Warri Township Stadium.