Nigeria's Vice President engaged Silicon Valley investors

Nigeria's Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, spent some time on his visit to the USA with investors and leaders from America's technology and entertainment sectors discussing collaboration and opportunities in Nigeria. The Vice President was joined during the interactions by a Nigerian delegation that included Industry, Trade & Investment Minister…

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Facebook for Creators training programme launched in Nigeria

Facebook and Afrinolly will be collaborating on a programme aimed at developing creative skills in Nigeria. Known as Facebook for Creators, the training programme is designed to equip Nigeria's content creators with "the skills to thrive in a digital world." With creative entrepreneurs and journalism students at the heart, the…

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7 programming languages and the super heroes they could be

Imagine. If (Programming languages == Superheroes) They all have their own distinctive style and odd character. Their unique set of traits attract deviants that sometimes form a community who then hold conferences to talk about their deviant ways. So, one I was wondering if programming languages were superheroes who would they…

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Trevor Noah's role in the Black Panther movie

It looks like most people missed that Trevor Noah had a role in the record breaking Afrofuturism Black Panther movie. Noah's part in the movie is brief and it is a voice-over role. Noah's name also appears in the movies credits as first reported by comicbook.com, as the voice…

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Obamas sign agreement with Netflix

Netflix has announced that it has entered into a multiyear agreement with former USA President, Barack Obama, and his wife, Michelle Obama, for content production. The Obamas are reported to have setup a company called Higher Ground Productions, specifically to produce content for Netflix. The content that the Obamas will…

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Kenyans need a license to post videos online

A new law is set to come into effect from 28 May 2018 in Kenya regarding the publishing and broadcasting of any videos for public consumption. Specifically, the Kenya Film and Classification Board (KFCB) states that, according to the law, anyone in Kenya broadcasting any videos for public viewing (including…

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