Wednesday, 20th October 2021
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2 days ago
The Federal Government says the recommended conditions for the lifting of the suspension imposed on Twitter will be applicable to all Over-The-Top and other social media platforms in Nigeria...
15 Oct
Police Chiefs of some ECOWAS member countries on Friday lamented the misuse of social media which in recent times had become a major trigger of post-election crises.
8 Oct
Social media platform, Facebook, is hoping to connect another one billion people to the Internet in the next few years with new technology, adding that improved connectivity increases
5 Oct
Hundreds of women protested in Liberia's capital Monrovia on Tuesday against a wave of alleged ritual killings in the country, an AFP journalist saw.
29 Sep
Twitter is still a popular social media platform and is used by many people globally. Twitter has more than 130 million active monthly users. You can use Twitter to reach more people within your target audience. A strong Twitter presence, with a strong following and user engagement, can boost your overall online presence. It can…
13 Sep
Imo State Government has said that the opposition in the state will continue to fail in their bid to undermine the administration of Governor Hope Uzodimma
6 Sep
Social media has been heavily criticised with some of its platforms banned in many countries. Prof. Eghosa Osaghae, Director-General, Nigerian Institute for International Affairs (NIIA), has, however, maintained it is a powerful tool for societal growth.
5 Sep
The Federal University, Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), on Saturday, said that a schedule of school fees that has gone viral on social media
4 Sep
Mental health is often misunderstood, especially by those who have not suffered from it. It is not well prioritised in our society, as people are not well informed
24 Aug
Media stakeholders have decried low level of activities in Kano State as a result of social media activities, saying they are finding it difficult getting stories for their respective organisations.
21 Aug
Rapper Erhiga Agarivbie, professionally known as Erigga, has announced his exit from Empire Emirates Records, which he was signed to since 2016.
19 Aug
The Head of Greensprings School, Lekki campus, Mrs Feyisara Ojugo, has called on parents to be wary of how social media is negatively shaping the thoughts of their children.


2 mins ago
Facebook plans to rebrand itself with a new name next week in a bid to distance itself from multiple scandals. The social media site - Facebook- may likely retain its moniker, but the parent company, Facebook Inc., which also owns Instagram and Whatsapp, will rebrand. The Verge reports that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to…
9 mins ago
If you wonder who made Winmbledon's Last-16 in June, there's only one answer: Ons Jabeur, the first Arab woman to reach such a high-level achievement. Probably, we will hear about her more often. But for those who didn't follow the last Women's Tennis Association tournament or want to know more about Ons Jabeur and her…
21 mins ago
Nigerian youths held memorial protests in Lagos and Abuja on Wednesday, one year after security forces violently suppressed mass protests against police brutality and bad governance. Under heavy police watch, dozens of protesters rallied in a procession of cars waving green and white national flags from windows at the Lekki tollgate in Lagos, the site…
36 mins ago
Her sexually explicit protests have been likened to pornography, but Ugandan activist and writer Stella Nyanzi says sex is the most effective -- and entertaining -- way to shake people out of their apathy. "I learnt very early that there are some topics in Uganda that are tired and... the only way to capture attention…
1 hour ago
Alibaba shares surged more than six percent on Wednesday after billionaire founder Jack Ma was reported to be in Europe, fuelling investor hopes that the worst of China's regulatory crackdown for the internet giant might be over. Ma has kept a low profile ever since mainland officials spiked what would have been a world record…