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29 Jan 2020
Lagos has emerged as the best startup’s ecosystem in Africa. It ranked ahead of Nairobi (Kenya), and Cape Town (South Africa).
17 Oct 2019
Four technology startups in Nigeria have received the sum of N11 million as grant at the just-concluded, 25th National Economic Summit (NES) Startups Pitch Competition, in Abuja.
21 Aug 2019
N48 million is a decent sum, in any currency. That was the price tag for, as stated by a business-savvy Nigerian who registered the domain name on July 18, 2018, a day after the national airline was unveiled.
15 Aug 2019
EZFarming, a Nigerian-US agritech startup pioneering the expansion of smallholder farms to commercial sizes through micro-lending and easy access to produce buyers worldwide, is the only Nigerian startup selected for Batch 25 of the 500 Startups accelerator programme in San Francisco, California.
16 Feb 2019
Refundit, an Israeli startup, has been declared the winner in the final phase of the 1st Global Tourism Startup Competition, organised by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and Globalia, and held within the framework of the FITUR International Tourism Fair, topping 3,000 entries from around the world. The Competition, launched in June 2018 by the…
10 Nov 2016
Now make no mistake, motives can be a slippery thing. Unless the proposed venture is clearly illegal, I wouldn’t go so far as to declare anyone’s motives to be good or bad.


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Nigerians from across the country are lamenting the hardships in the land, crying out for urgent measures by the government at all levels to mitigate their suffering which they said was becoming intolerable
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A Sharia Court in Ningi Local Government Area (LGA) of Bauchi State has sentenced three men to death by stoning over homosexuality...
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Añuli Aniebo Ola-Olaniyi is the Executive Director of HEIR Women Development, a social enterprise born out of the need to see more girls and young women take up leadership positions...
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With ambiguous laws surrounding its legality, as well as weak law enforcement, Nigeria’s commercial sex industry continues to thrive in plain sight. It is even scarier when one realises
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Nigeria's men's national basketball team, D’Tigers, yesterday went down 70 -79 points to Cape Verde at the ongoing FIBA World Cup qualifiers in Kigali, Rwanda.