How will Nigeria achieve 90% 4G/5G national broadband coverage by 2025?

With ambitious goals of reaching a 4G/5G population coverage of 90% by 2025, Nigeria’s new national broadband plan still faces its predecessor’s roadblocks, and for it to succeed all hands must be on deck.

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How will the SEC’s new regulations shape crowdfunding in Nigeria?

After revolutionising fundraising and investments in Nigeria, Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission has moved to regulate the country’s crowdfunding activities. What will this mean for the sector going forward?

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6 ways COVID-19 will change global internet culture for good

From handwashing to social distancing, several measures are advised to flatten the COVID-19 curve. While they require deliberate efforts now, there’s the tendency they become habits that would remain, maybe forever.

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How the COVID-19 pandemic amplifies the need for telemedicine adoption in Nigeria

As the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 increases in Nigeria, there’s more pressure on the healthcare system than ever before. The situation is making more Nigerians turn to telemedicine platforms for help.

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Coronavirus puts the concept of coworking to test in Nigeria

COVID-19 is grounding almost every sector. When it is eventually controlled, will Nigerian startups still consider coworking? To answer this question, Techpoint interviewed co-working space managers and entrepreneurs for their insight

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X-raying the emerging culture of digital predatory lending in Nigeria

In what could potentially be financially trying times for most individuals in Nigeria, we take a closer look at the activities of digital lenders and what it could mean for low and average income earners in Nigeria.

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The COVID-19 effect: Should Nigeria expect another data war?

As the COVID-19 outbreak forces isolation and remote work, and the internet becomes more important, should Nigerians expect a data price battle between telcos, or brace themselves for poor connectivity?

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