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Groups flay suspension of teacher over alleged social media criticism

Paradigm Initiative of Nigeria (PIN) and Enough is Enough (EiE) have  condemn the suspension of  Baba Mohammed Wanigi, a primary school teacher  in Niger State over alleged criticism of government officials on social media. Wanigi, who works as a teacher in  Agaie Local Government in Niger State was issued allegedly issued a suspension letter by his […]

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Nigerians, like people the world over now ‘distrust social media’

Nigerians are not left out of the growing population of people around the world that are losing trust in global bodies and information sources, including social media, a world survey has revealed. This is the key highlight of “The Truth About Global Brands 2: Powered by the Streets,” a new study conducted in 29 countries […]

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IDC: Algerian mobile phone brands rise in wake of import freeze

Locally-made mobile phone brands in Algeria are now growing following a government policy that restricted the importation of devices, which is now encouraging assembling in the country, the International Data Corporation (IDC) has announced.   Algeria’s mobile phone market recovered from an extremely turbulent 2017 to post strong growth for the first three months of […]

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With #SheMeansBusiness, Facebook embraces Nigerian female entrepreneurs

Social networking company, Facebook, has launched SheMeansBusiness as a platform to train Nigerian female entrepreneurs and enable them grow their businesses. Ms Ebele Okobi, Facebook’s Public Policy Director for Africa, says SheMeansBusiness was designed to inspire women to start and grow their own businesses. A study conducted by Development Economics on behalf of Facebook shows […]

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