Who gets us to the promised land — Banks, Telcos or Independent MMOs?

First of all, a bit of background. Financial inclusion — the access to and use of financial services — in Nigeria hovered around  41.1% as at 2016 (based on aggregate data from EfinA, Intermedia and the World Bank). The percentage of people using informal financial service providers like Esusu, Alajo, and thrift collectors stood at… Read more Who gets us to the promised land — Banks, Telcos or Independent MMOs?

How the copy-copy syndrome is affecting the Nigerian tech industry and what we can do about it

Do you feel that using a .com.ng domain or a .ng domain will make your website seem local? Do you still feel that a successful Internet company can be built by copying any interesting foreign concept and replicating it? If your answer is “yes” to any of the above, then you are suffering from copy-copy… Read more How the copy-copy syndrome is affecting the Nigerian tech industry and what we can do about it

Why Nigeria does not need more data centres

The infrastructure that businesses depend on is extremely important to the success, the level of expenditure and the reputation of the organisation. We need to come to the realisation that in this present economy calls for creativity, thinking out of the box and being innovative to create a sustainable business critical infrastructure that will give… Read more Why Nigeria does not need more data centres