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APC: How party volunteer ‘hijacked Twitter handle’

A volunteer managing a Twitter account linked with the All Progressives Congress (APC) has hijacked the handle, the ruling party of Nigeria says. The APC Twitter account has become the focus of alleged impersonation and spreading of false information about the party on the social networking site. Edegbe Odemwingie, Assistant Director, Publicity of APC says […]

Fintech | SA start-up targets Nigeria for Blockchain-based Money Transfer

Nigeria has been selected among African countries targeted by South African Fintech start-up, Vio Digital, using blockchain for transfer money. The South African Fintech start-up, Vio Digital, says it is using blockchain to make it easier for people to transfer money from person to person anywhere in the world, introducing a new method of international […]

Watch | Dr Reuben Abati on how social media has democratised news dissemination in Nigeria

Dr Reuben Abati, Social Commentator and former Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to former President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria, speaks on how social media has democratised news dissemination in Nigeria in this presentation at Technology Times Outlook 2017 held by Technology Times in Lagos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXj3zJVawQE (0) Linked Articles: No Linked Articles.

Watch | What happens when Nigeria’s President sends emails to his SAs? IXPN CEO breaks down local Internet content for Nigerians

Mr Muhammad Rudman, CEO of Internet Exchange Point, Nigeria (IXPN), explains the facts behind local Internet content and implications for Nigeria in a presentation at Technology Times Outlook 2017 Summit held in Lagos. For instance, when the President of Nigeria sends an email to his SAs, the message will typically be routed across the world […]