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Elumelu’s Heirs Holding To Promote The New Era Of Social Networks

Heirs Holdings, an investment firm owned by Nigerian businessman Tony Elumelu, has revealed its recent investment in Silicon Valley’s upcoming Wonderloop. The investment is aimed at promoting the development and

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Tunde Wey | Traveling Nigerian Chef

Since our email filters were tightened up a few years ago, the number of entreaties I receive from Nigerians has dropped considerably. One that made its way through came from



In 2013, three key employees of Jumia left the organization after getting enough experience to further develop the booming e-commerce industry in Nigeria. Three months after their departure, Adeoye Ojo,

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Is now really the best time to invest in Nigeria?

Is now really the best time to invest in Nigeria? Nigeria’s economy has gone from strength to strength in the past couple of years. But with terrorist attacks on the


Tony Elumelu

Tony Elumelu is a Nigerian economist, banker, investor, and philanthropist. Elumelu was born in Jos, Nigeria, on22 March 1963. He was raised and educated in Africa but his influence reaches

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Nigeria’s e-Commerce Market Potential Worth $10bn – Minister

Nigeria is surely moving to a cashless economy. According to minister of communications technology, Dr Omobola Johnson, Nigeria’s electronic commerce market has a potential worth of $10 billion, with about


iROKOtv | Netflix of Africa

iROKOtv is an online movie streaming provider that offers free and paid on demand services for Nigerian movies. It is one among Africa’s first popular on-line movie streaming websites, providing free


Jobberman | Need a Job? Post a Job?

Jobberman is an employment website in Nigeria. It connects the different talents and opportunities in Nigeria by creating a successful marketplace where job searchers and employers can communicate quickly and


Konga | An Epic Journey is an online shopping website that claims to provide the best prices in Nigeria. It also aims to provide an  extremely easy shopping experience with choices of paying through

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Wealthy Nigerians spend $6.5bn on 130 private jets

Jets. They are things the rich covet, apparently. The growing penchant for private jets acquisition has cost wealthy Nigerians a sum of $6.5bn (N1.02tn) in the last five years. Aviation