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Google Breaks Kenyan Transportation System

From today, every Nairobi resident and guests of the city can plan their route with Google Maps when using public transport. Working in collaboration with Digital Matatus, we have made bus & matatus (minibuses/ minivans used as public transport) routes ...

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Africa Finance Corporation Receives US$50M from Islamic Development Bank

Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) is pleased to announce its acceptance of a US$50 million 15 year line of financing, with a 13 year six month repayment period, from the Islamic Development Bank (IDB).   The funds will be used to finance projects located ...

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How Fast Is Your ISP? Play This Game In Lagos

Visit FastOrNot, a website that helps you compare ISP performance in your neighborhood with data aggregation and analysis. You can easily test the speed of your ISP in Lagos region and beyond. It is a product of the Co-Creation Hub.   FastOrNot is ...

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South Africa's Click n Compare Arrives Nigeria

CNC Group (CNC), parent company of Click n Compare , the South African-focused comparison website is expanding their African footprint after a very successful year with a strong month on month growth of 40%. Alongside the South African success of ...

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Nigerian Banks Facing The Toughest Challenge In Decades With Buhari's TSA Directive

Banks in Nigeria are in trouble. In short, the executives of banks should be worried. Most banks in Nigeria depend on governments and traders to make money. They largely do not contribute anything except interest payments and fees as few ...

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Governments around the world are waking up to the need for the regulation of e-commerce within their countries. The Nigerian government is not left behind as the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) last month disclosed plans to set up a comprehensive framework that would regulate the conduct of electronic commerce transactions in the country.   What will such regulations mean for the prospects of e-commerce in an emerging economy like Nigeria?   Addressing the issue, Head […]


Your Excellencies,   I am an African from the stony town of Nandom in the Upper West Region of Ghana and writing to you from the Green and forested State of New Hampshire in the United States of America. I am a true African. I owe my existence to the rich and diverse bio-physical environment of our continent. I owe my life to the rich cultural heritage, abundant natural and human resources of Africa.  I […]


The battle for defence of the Naira value has exploded, affecting existing withdrawal limits on ATMs and foreign transactions on all existing Naira debit cards (ATM cards).   In the new arrangement, all ATMs that were hitherto enabled for domestic and foreign transactions have been restructured to limit Naira cash withdrawal at ATMs to N60,000 per day while foreign currency is $300 per day. Hitherto, the domestic withdrawal limit was N150,000 per day.   The […]


Determined to buoy the national gas output through its ongoing major projects, Seplat Petroleum Development Company has unveiled its plans to hit about 500 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscfd) processing capacity by 2017. Besides, the indigenous oil independent firm is projecting to earn about $18.2 million yearly from the Oben new Associated Gas compression station, which is also positioned to help achieve its zero gas flare objective by 2016.


Justice Mohammed Idris of the Federal High Court in Lagos will on September 25, hear a suit filed by mobile telecommunications giant, Etisalat Nigeria against the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) over alleged unhealthy competition and undue advantage given to one of its competitors, MTN Nigeria.   Etisalat is requesting the court to review the decision of the NCC to grant a special waiver to MTN to offer tariffs that are contrary to the spirit and […]


Larry Page has a new job. The former Google CEO announced in a blog post Monday that he is now CEO of Alphabet, a new “collection of companies” that includes Google, Life Sciences and Calico. Sergey Brin, Page’s co-founder of Google, will become president of Alphabet, and Eric Schmidt will be its executive chairman.   Alphabet is mostly a collection of companies. The largest of which, of course, is Google. This newer Google is a bit slimmed down, […]


President Muhammadu Buhari has called for an explanation from the Ministry of Finance on the foreign loans obtained for rail projects but diverted to other purposes. Tolu Jinadu Speaking at the end of a presentation on the Ministry of Transport by the Permanent Secretary, Alhaji Mohammed Bashar at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, President Buhari said that  it was disappointing to find that foreign loans obtained in line with signed agreements were moved from one project to another. […]

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