The not too fine art of Nigerian internet trolling » YNaija

You might not have heard of Adeniji Ayodeji, but unless you are one of Nigeria’s few remaining luddites with no access to instant messaging or social media of any kind, you have heard of his social media incarnation, Pablo Ayodeji. In brief,  As Pablo Ayodeji, Adeniji came into focus as part of a new wave… Read more The not too fine art of Nigerian internet trolling » YNaija

Using Social Media as a Tool! CNN Inside Africa meets with Linda Ikeji, Sisi Yemmie & Chiamaka “Social Prefect” Obuekwe

This week on Inside Africa, CNN International heads to Lagos to meet some of the high profile and highly paid personalities that have emerged with the rise of social media. This tech savvy generation have embraced social media, which has provided opportunities for women in business like never before. The programme meets Linda Ikeji, one… Read more Using Social Media as a Tool! CNN Inside Africa meets with Linda Ikeji, Sisi Yemmie & Chiamaka “Social Prefect” Obuekwe

6 reasons why Twitter should be your startup’s marketing choice

If you run a startup and aren’t using Twitter, we have to ask, why not? It seems that just about everyone else on the planet with access to the web or a cell phone is. In Nigeria, Twitter has become a hub for where business transactions take place, hot topics are discussed, it’s where you’ll you’ll… Read more 6 reasons why Twitter should be your startup’s marketing choice

This New Hairy Selfie Nails Trend Is A Bit Disturbing

Be afraid. Be very afraid! The most ridiculous beauty trends have been breaking the internet, from wavy eyebrows and lipstick to braided eyebrows, to the glitter tongue that most of us have refused to acknowledge. And now there’s a new one: selfie nails. Oh, this wouldn’t have been so bad if it didn’t require attaching… Read more This New Hairy Selfie Nails Trend Is A Bit Disturbing

‘Musicians Are More Likely To Get Money From Yahoo Boys, Than Banks’, M.I Abaga Rapper Says.

In his words: “there’s no bank in the history of Nigeria that has given one Naira to any label. There’s one corporate entity that has given any label. It’s young guys.’ In his appearance on Pulse’s LooseTalk Podcast, Nigerian rapper, M.I Abaga spoke about issues affecting the Nigerian music industry the direction of his music.The… Read more ‘Musicians Are More Likely To Get Money From Yahoo Boys, Than Banks’, M.I Abaga Rapper Says.

DR Congo plans to shut down social media ahead of next week’s political protests

Officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo have ordered telecom companies to block social media networks from Sunday night (Dec. 18), ahead of protests against president Joseph Kabila, the day he is supposed to step down from office. The block spans content creation and information sharing platforms, including Facebook, […] Click here to view original… Read more DR Congo plans to shut down social media ahead of next week’s political protests