Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) (www.Facebook.com) and Jumia Nigeria (www.Jumia.com.ng) partnered to host the first ‘Boost Your Business’ event in Nigeria Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) (www.Facebook.com) and Jumia Nigeria (www.Jumia.com.ng) partnered to host the […]
Jumia (http://blog.Jumia.com.ng) well intends on taking by storm Nigerian consumers once again on the 27th of November 2015 and outshine even Alibaba’s incredible Single Day’s Sales in China. Proof that […]
Digital Printing Startup Printivo Closes on Seed Funding from EchoVC Partners Nigerian Startup Set to Overhaul Africa’s $6B Printing Sector Lagos. Thursday 15 October 2015. Nigeria-based digital printing startup, Printivo, has closed […]
PRESS RELEASE Facebook Pages: Updated for Mobile, Better for Business Majority of people on Facebook in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa connect to a small business […]
Millions in Nigeria and Kenya Embrace Facebook on Mobile to Share and Connect with Others Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) (http://www.facebook.com) has shared new statistics revealing that 2.2 million Kenyans use Facebook every […]
A new report, “Innovative Financing Models for Energy Infrastructure in Africa,” is the result of a Financial Innovations Lab that convened experts to address funding obstacles to the development of infrastructure in Africa, especially in the area of energy.
Following the postponement of general elections in Nigeria to 28 March and 11 April, the Secretary-General strongly urges the Government and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to ensure these new dates are maintained
Secretary-General’s meeting with H.E. Mr. Aminu Wali, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
The Secretary-General met with H.E. Mr. Aminu Wali, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria, in Addis Ababa today.
Nigeria’s Food and Drug Administration Laboratory Achieves Key International Accreditation through USAID’s Support
Tackling the scourge of illegal medicines in Nigeria is a daunting task. But for anyone who has lost a loved one because of poor quality medicine, the stakes could not be higher.
In the wake of mounting violence by the Boko Haram insurgency, Nigeria’s displaced population may be close to a million, according to IOM.
While the main focus of the volume is political discourse and civic engagement, papers are welcome from related topics that focus on ‘Democracy in Nigeria at 15’. In keeping with the focus, researchers submitting abstracts are encouraged to equally consider Nigeria socio-cultural dimensions relevant to their research.
As Nigeria marks six months without a new case of polio, Rotary has announced $8.1 in grants to help the country in its final push to eradicate the disease within its borders.