Google Launches Nigeria Elections Trends Hub As 2023 Polls Draw Near

Google has unveiled a new portal, the Nigeria Elections Trends Hub, that will provide a platform for Nigerians to search


Insights about Bolt in Nigeria in 2022

Have you seen your 2022 Bolt wrap-up? You should go on the app and see what the stats say about


Nigerian Fintech Companies Raise $1.2bn in 2022

Nigerian Fintech companies secured a venture capital funding of $1.2 billion in 2022, followed by Kenyan fintech firms which raised

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Nigerian Furniture Maker, Taeillo Secures $2.5m Expansion Round From Aruwa Capital

Taeillo, a Nigerian furniture manufacturer, has secured a $2.5 million investment from Aruwa Capital Management, an early-stage growth equity and

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Nigeria’s Thrive Agric Named Global Winner of the Visa Everywhere Initiative 2022

Thrive Agric, a fintech providing smallholder farmers access to finance, insights and distribution, has been named the 2022 winner of


Google Unveils Nigeria’s 2022 Year in Search Lists

Google today announced the results of its 2022 Year In Search, revealing the most searched terms, people, actors, musicians, topics, questions


Ugandan Bike-hailing Startup, SafeBoda Quits Nigeria

SafeBoda, the Ugandan bike-hailing startup, has shut down operations in Nigeria to focus on “bringing the company to profitability by

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Liquid Intelligent Officially Launches in Nigeria

Liquid Intelligent Technologies has officially launched its operations in Nigeria. The Cassava Technologies company offers high-speed connectivity, cloud and cyber

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Nigerian Fintech Startup, Pivo Secures $2m Funding to Accelerate Growth

Pivo, a Nigerian female-led fintech startup, has raised $2 million in funding to upgrade existing products, build new ones, hire


South Africa Home Services Platform, SweepSouth Ends Operations in Nigeria and Kenya

SweepSouth, a South African cleaning service platform, has shut down operations in Nigeria and Kenya due to the unfavourable global