UK to help Nigeria overcome economic, security challenges

James Wharton, UK Minister for International Development. The United Kingdom will assist Nigeria to overcome its current economic and security challenges, UK Minister for International Development, James Wharton, has said. Wharton told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in an interview in Abuja that he was in Nigeria to assess some of the definite challenges….

President Buhari Host Zuckerberg At The Aso Rock Villa

President Muhammadu Buhari and his Vice, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, on Friday received visiting founder of Facebook, Mr. Mark Zuckerberg, in Abuja. The visit of Zuckerberg to the Presidential Villa marked climax of his week-long visit to Nigeria. Zuckerberg had during his stay said in Lagos said the social media application was planning to support more…

Zuckerberg’s Visit: Between Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana

Mark Zuckerberg is currently in Kenya also checking out their ICT space. His visit to Nigeria electrified the entire nation with blog post after blog post chronicling his visit. The issue seems to have escalated on social media with Kenyans bashing Nigerians over the visit saying it was overhyped. Ghana which wasn’t even in the…

Mark Zuckerberg’s visit gives Nigerian startups much-needed boost

Mark Zuckerberg in Lagos Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s visit to Nigeria, his first to sub-Saharan Africa, has put the country’s tech businesses firmly in the world’s spotlight. Zuckerberg staged a surprise visit to the country’s economic capital Lagos on Tuesday and his first stop was a local innovation center and tech hub in Yaba, an…

Facebook to embrace more Nigerian languages, says Zuckerberg

The Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has pledged to use Nigerian languages in offering services on Facebook. Zuckerberg, who is on a business visit to Nigeria, made the promise at a meeting with software developers and ICT entrepreneurs yesterday in Lagos.  Zuckerberg, yesterday explained why he chose Lagos as first city to visit in sub-Saharan…

Facebook to embrace more Nigerian languages, says Zuckerberg

The Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has pledged to use Nigerian languages in offering services on Facebook. Zuckerberg, who is currently on a business visit to Nigeria, made the promise at a meeting with software developers and ICT entrepreneurs on Wednesday in Lagos. He said that social media application currently allowed the use of Hausa…

Facebook will offer services in more Nigerian languages- Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, has pledged to use Nigerian languages in offering services on Facebook. Zuckerberg, who is currently on a business visit to Nigeria, made the promise at a meeting with software developers and ICT entrepreneurs on Wednesday in Lagos. He said that social media application currently allowed the use of Hausa language…

Facebook to embrace more Nigerian languages, says Zuckerberg

The Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has pledged to use Nigerian languages in offering services on Facebook. Zuckerberg, who is currently on a business visit to Nigeria, made the promise at a meeting with software developers and ICT entrepreneurs on Wednesday in Lagos. He said that social media application currently allowed the use of Hausa…

Facebook to embrace more Nigerian languages- Zuckerberg

Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg The Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has pledged to use Nigerian languages in offering services on Facebook. Zuckerberg, who is currently on a business visit to Nigeria, made the promise at a meeting with software developers and ICT entrepreneurs on Wednesday in Lagos. He said that social media application currently allowed…

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg surprised at the level of ingenuity in Nigeria

FACEBOOK founder Mark Zuckerberg made a surprise visit to Nigeria yesterday to inspect the numerous hubs across Lagos that have made his social media platform available to millions of Nigerians and has expressed surprise at the level of ingenuity he saw.   Arriving unannounced, Mr Zuckerberg, 32, visited and inspected the activities of the Co-Creation…

You don’t need visa to visit Benin Republic – President Talon

R-L; President Muhammadu Buhari and President Patrice Talon of Benin Republic during the latter’s recent visit to Nigeria Benin’s President Patrice Talon announced on a visit to Rwanda this week that Africans visiting his country will no longer require visas. It was perhaps no coincidence that he made the announcement in Rwanda, given that President…