Nigeria’s cashless vision 2020: A look at the journey so far

In 2013, CBN released a cashless vision for the year 2020, and as electronic transactions hit ₦31.2 trillion in Q1 2020, we take a look at the journey so far, and what could be done to aid Nigeria’s cashless initiative

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3 interesting angel investing stories you probably haven’t heard before

In light of 54gene’s recent Series A funding, Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, Victor Asemota, and Fola Olatunji-David shared short angel investing stories on Twitter. In case you missed them, here they are.

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Why you should stop playing games and quizzes on Facebook 

What kind of pizza are you? Which Marvel character are you? How many children are you destined to have? If you are an active Facebook user, these kinds of quizzes might have caught your attention. Here's why you should stop playing them now.

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3 financial measures that could cushion Nigeria’s lockdown extension

Nigeria’s lockdown of major states has brought about substantial financial uncertainty, and with individuals and businesses set to weather the storm for two or more weeks, we look at some measures that could ease the experience

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For startups: 6 common legal questions on pandemics, contractual obligations answered

As startups look to soften the blows of the ongoing pandemic, they keep asking whether they can avoid obligations under existing contracts. Techpoint legal and policy columnist, Enyioma Madubuike, answers some of the most frequent legal questions.

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Lockdown aid: Why payments via BVN might not be feasible in Nigeria

Nigeria’s lockdown extension and fears of financial hardship, has birthed the #payusviaBVN trend, but a critical look at the country’s financial system reveals that BVN payments might not be as straightforward as it seems.

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How open data can give Nigerian innovation a facelift going forward

The impact of the pandemic and lockdown demands a lot of innovation from entrepreneurs, a process that might be eased with the creation of transparent and open government data across different public sectors.

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