The Nigerian Movie Industry (Nollywood) – The Origin (History)

Here is an abridged version (yet richly enlightening) from one of the articles i wrote concerning this subject matter. Film exhibition began to thrive during the Colonial era, with Glover Memorial Hall playing host to a range of memorable films viewed by “potential Nigerians”, in August 1903. However, the non-availability of proper records reflecting the… Read more The Nigerian Movie Industry (Nollywood) – The Origin (History)

WeMove is Building Nigeria’s Uber for Trucks, Buses & Cars to Bring Sanity to Nigeria’s Transport Industry

More than 75% of people in Nigerian cities (like Lagos) depended on public transportation to move around. Lagos is a very large city, with a population of 21 million people. 75% of that is about 15.8 million depend on public transportation for getting around daily. But not many changes have really been experienced in the way… Read more WeMove is Building Nigeria’s Uber for Trucks, Buses & Cars to Bring Sanity to Nigeria’s Transport Industry

#AirtelUnlimited Internet Speed, as with all Telcos in Nigeria, is location specific. Good some places, terrible most. Remember it’s still 3G speeds. And does not allow Me2U sharing

Open your very own online eCommerce store. And yes, it really is free!

Dream of selling online but you are on a limited budget? afriBytes allows you to set up and manage your very own online store in no time, entirely free of charge! We have the perfect platform for you to start trading online without any risks. You can build your free eCommerce store and access the features required… Read more Open your very own online eCommerce store. And yes, it really is free!

A Religious but Godless Nigeria: While we export religion, India export cars

This piece was first published and made available to the Nigerian cyberspace by Atlanta-based Nigerian, Azuka Onwuka. It is a contradiction of a religious but godless Nigeria, compared with India which had a similar colonial experience with Nigeria. I think every Nigerian that loves Nigeria ought to read this with patience. Click here to view… Read more A Religious but Godless Nigeria: While we export religion, India export cars

Telcos send SoS to NCC, say we are dying

Broadband companies – Tier II telecoms operators have urged the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to save the industry from imminent collapse.They also warned that factors crippling their operations could also derail the National Broadband Plan (NBP) of the federal government, if not addressed. The operators made this known when they visited Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta,… Read more Telcos send SoS to NCC, say we are dying