Nestlé coffee brand Nescafé joins forces with Social Media Week in Lagos, Nigeria to boost and share ideas, innovations and insights into how social media and technology are changing business, society and culture worldwide.
Spurred on by the successes of its three previous editions, Social Media Week (SMW) Lagos returns, from today February 22 till February 26, 2016, to explore the impact of technology across Africa
I became even more concerned when from quick research I discovered I couldn't engage with our President and the Federal Government online too. A quick comparison between our President and Barack Obama on leading social media sites brought out these alarming statistics:
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed Bashir Ahmad as his Personal Assistant on New Media. The 24-year-old indigene of Kano state, until his appointment, was Online Editor (Hausa) for Leadership Newspaper.
LEADERSHIP recalls that the Senate last week passed for second reading, a bill seeking two years imprisonment with an option of N2million fine for Nigerians who post "abusive statements" on the social media.
A bill seeking a two-year jail term for any person who makes allegation or publishes any statement or petition in the newspaper, radio or medium of whatever description against another person, institutions of government or any public office holder, passed second reading in the Senate yesterday.
The mobile internet and social media are growing rapidly in Africa. and therefore we launch Africa News Monitoring. The mobile internet and social media are growing rapidly in Africa and therefore it has become opportune to create Africanewsmonitoring.com.
United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc has introduced an innovative online banking solution called U-Social, which offers flexibility and convenience to customers who desire to do banking transactions on social media using their Facebook account.
Nigeria Business Directories
[Interview] Kojo Asante-Abedi: "The first step in the recovery of the Ghanaian economy is to improve business confidence"
Kojo Asante-Abedi is CEO of Explainer DC in Ghana. Africa Business Communities had the opportunity to meet him.