Spectranet 4G LTE Appoints new CEO

Nigeria’s leading 4G LTE and broadband Internet services provider, Spectranet is intensifying efforts to connect its customers to innovative internet solutions with the appointment of Mr. Ajay Awasthi as its new Chief Executive Officer. Ajay takes over from David Venn, who has been at the forefront of building Spectranet into a leading broadband Internet service…… Read more Spectranet 4G LTE Appoints new CEO

Ntel appoints Ernest Akinlola as New CEO

The board of ntel has announced the appointment of Ernest Akinlola as its new substantive Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer. Akinlola is a senior executive with over 20 years experience in telecoms media and technology. He joined the fledgling One 2 One telecoms operator in the United Kingdom and was instrumental in establishing a world class… Read more Ntel appoints Ernest Akinlola as New CEO

CASH is the greatest challenge of the African FinTech industry – Aziz Yerima, CEO PayDunya

PayDunya is a FinTech startup amongst those that pitched at the very recent Seedstars Dakar. The startup focuses on payment for businesses and start-ups. TechMoran chats with the co-founder and CEO, Abdulaziz Yerima as he shares insights about his startup. Why he thinks PayDunya would survive in an almost saturated FinTech industry, how they are being… Read more CASH is the greatest challenge of the African FinTech industry – Aziz Yerima, CEO PayDunya

Cowrywise does not charge a percentage on people’s savings- Razaq Ahmed, CEO

Do you need a soothsayer to tell you how important savings is in our financial life? Of course, you don’t. As humans, adopting a regular savings culture seem to be an uphill task but it is very good that some startups are trying very much to simplify this process, and so far, they have made… Read more Cowrywise does not charge a percentage on people’s savings- Razaq Ahmed, CEO

How Saja station is using solar energy to charge mobile phones in Nigeria, with Seyi Fakoya, CEO

Bad electricity is a major problem in Nigeria, and has led to many other secondary problems. One of these is the difficulty that comes with charging of phones. Over time, people have employed the use of generators to charge phones and many other devices, but here we are with a startup taking a different dimension.… Read more How Saja station is using solar energy to charge mobile phones in Nigeria, with Seyi Fakoya, CEO

The African Version of Amazon Will Emerge From Nigeria

When Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced the company’s plans for 30-minute delivery drones with Amazon Prime Air in December, it became clear that ecommerce has exciting days ahead. But Amazon isn’t the only company ramping up digital business, nor is the U.S. the only region in the game. In fact, Africa may have already stolen… Read more The African Version of Amazon Will Emerge From Nigeria

Did Apple Kick The Ball Into its Own Goal With its Campaign Against Flash?

By forcing Web developers, and ultimately Adobe, out of the Flash business, Apple made HTML5 apps better. That’s good for Safari users, but it’s also good for users on other Web platforms, like Android. If there’s a truly good universal platform for online apps, it stands to reason that the smart developer will build apps… Read more Did Apple Kick The Ball Into its Own Goal With its Campaign Against Flash?

How Nigeria Influenced Steve Jobs Belief In God

Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs turned Eve’s apple, the symbol of fallen humankind, into a religious icon for true believers in technology. The just-released biography on Steve Jobs by author Walter Isaacson details all the ins-and-outs of the late entrepreneur’s computer empire. But — as is the goal in all biographies — it’s the personal… Read more How Nigeria Influenced Steve Jobs Belief In God