[ad_1] In this universe Nigerian young men use the internet to relieve unsuspecting ‘clients’ of their money in romance, gold, or business scams. The Yahoo Boy rarely lives alone. He needs his comrades around him to pull off a successful scam: the document forger, the international call router, the bank account frontperson and the tech… Read more Nigeria | Internet scamming. The Yahoo Boys Universe
[ad_1] Read time 2min 40sec A cyber caf’e in Nigeria’s commercial capital Lagos. West Africa’s infamous Internet scammers have evolved, dropping their impersonations of online love interests, princes and US soldiers in favour of hijacking corporate e-mails, costing businesses hundreds of millions of dollars a year. It is a much more lucrative venture that works… Read more Nigeria’s Internet fraudsters target corporate e-mail
[ad_1] ABUJA (Reuters) – West Africa’s infamous internet scammers have evolved, dropping their impersonations of online love interests, princes and U.S. soldiers in favor of hijacking corporate emails, costing businesses hundreds of millions of dollars a year. A cyber cafe is seen beside a bank automated machine in the Ogba district in Nigeria’s commercial capital… Read more Nigeria’s Internet fraudsters zero in on corporate email accounts
Ever used a smartphone with 1GB of RAM and say 8GB of storage? Then you’d understand the struggle with RAM and storage management. Google understands the challenges hence the reason for applications like Files Go and YouTube Go, but they are not stopping at that! Today, Google officially launched Google Go into the Nigeria market —an… Read more Slow Internet? No Problem! Google Officially Launches Google Go in Nigeria to beat Slow Internet Speed.
We all started blogging with a specific goal in mind. No one starts writing randomly. At least no one should. You blog because you want to achieve something. You want to promote your freelancing services. Your business, brand, cause… Or you simply want to share your thoughts and believes with the world. Whatever it is,… Read more 5 Reasons Why Fake Web Hosting Reviews Are The Plague of The Internet
[ad_1] By Koyejo Bajomo Back in 1996, when the the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, licensed 38 internet service providers to sell internet services in Nigeria, many ICT experts expressed the view that the development would lead to the end of traditional television as a medium of influence. I do not think there is anybody in… Read more Can The Internet Replace Pay Television In Nigeria?
[ad_1] By Dele Bajomo Back in 1996, when the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) licenced 38 internet service providers to sell internet services in Nigeria, many ICT experts expressed the view that the development would lead to the end of traditional television as a medium of influence. I do not think there is anybody in the… Read more Can Internet Replace Pay Television in Nigeria?
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According to data from the 2018 edition of the Inclusive Internet Index by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Nigeria now ranks number one in Internet affordability in Africa and 17th globally. However, on the overall ranking for inclusive internet, Nigeria is 4th in Africa with South Africa, Morocco, and Egypt topping the continent’s list in that… Read more Surprise! Nigeria supposedly has the most affordable Internet in Africa
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