In Nigeria, the financial inclusion rate in the year 2016 was 56.8% and increased to 63.2% in 2018 and is currently at 64%.This growth shows that more than half of the country’s population is making use of one or more forms of formal financial services.Read more
Facebook announced on Sunday it’s new safety measures for Instagram to safeguard teens following claims that its platforms harm young children.Read more
Now that we are in the digital era, things are becoming a lot easier. Thanks to technology, our mobile phones can now access HealthCare apps, even at the comfort of our homes.Read more
The management of NACABS Polytechnic, a privately owned polytechnic in North Central Nigeria on Friday met with the Swedish AmbassadorRead more
GoVirtual Africa, a technology and innovation hub based in Northern Nigeria is set to hold a 3 day Facebook marketingRead more
Cyberbullying is a thing of high concern amongst many young people around the world. It is an awful experience that causes a lot of psychological and emotional damage to persons who are victims.Read more
Side Hustle – a talent management platform that is aimed at reducing the rate of youth unemployment and poverty inRead more
Esther Ivy Felix, alias Tech Diva is one of the distinctive young women in the technological space in Nigeria. PreviouslyRead more
TikTok is one of the world’s most used social media platforms and its popularity has grown exponentially in Nigeria since its global launch in 2017.Read more
President Muhammadu Buhari has directed a conditional lifting of the ban placed on the operations of Twitter in Nigeria.
Buhari disclosed this during his broadcast to mark Nigeria’s 61st independence.