Oladunni Adetula

Oladunni Adetula

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Actively thinking of how technology can save my world. Staff Writer at iAfrikan.

Nokia showcases the potential of 5G in Nigeria

Nokia is hosting a series of Innovation Days in Lagos to showcase how 5G technology can transform the way people live and work as well as enhance the industrial productivity in Nigeria.

Everything announced at the 3rd Google for Nigeria

Navigation instructions in a Nigerian voice for both motorcycle and car driving modes Online safety curriculum in partnership with the Ministry of Education to reach 56 million Nigerian students every year.

Tracking the rise of tech hubs across Afrika

Afrika is, at the moment, teetering on the brink of becoming the world's next economic powerhouse. The Forbes billionaire list for 2018 includes a total of 18 Afrikan citizens, predominantly from South Africa, Egypt and Nigeria, while a third of countries in the continent are experiencing an annual rise of

4 recruitment tools to build efficient business teams

Personality is just as important as skill and experience when it comes to hiring new employees. A person can have all the talent in the world, but if they don’t work well with existing colleagues, they will not be able to bring any benefit to your business – possibly even

“Hakkunde”, Nigeria’s First Publicly Crowdfunded Movie, Will Hit Cinema Screens In April

Nigeria's Nollywood is the most prolific movie industry on the continent and is the second most prolific industry in the world after India's Bollywood, churning out approximately 2,000 movies a year. While Nollywood has set the pace for content creators all over the continent, with revenues are valued at

Smart Hacks For Your Slack – 5 Lessons From Hotels.ng

Slack, a team messaging tool worth about $3 billion, has changed the way groups communicate and is sure kicking the email’s behind. Slack is more business oriented than some group communication apps, and it comes with many features that new users may find daunting, like using the forward slash

The Amazon Project Is A 13-Week TV Series Where Nigerian Startups Will Compete For US$32,000 In Seed Funding

Nigerian startups are invited to pitch their ideas and businesses to compete for ₦10 million (US$32,000) on The Amazon Project, a 13-week television series that will select and invest in ten of Nigeria's brightest entrepreneurs and business ideas. The prize money will be in the form of seed