Thinking of studying in London? 6 things you need to know

“What you resist persists…” That’s a quote by C.J. Jung – renowned Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist. Hi. I’m Julia and in my early twenties I couldn’t stand Nigerians. They were loud, abrasive, overconfident and this particular one named Ajijola stole my position as top student in Business Statistics class when her marvelous

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Calling App developers: Safaricom’s Sh1.5M Appwiz Challenge

Safaricom has today launched the 3rd edition of the Safaricom Appwiz Challenge, a 3-month developer challenge targeting Kenyan innovators in mobile ICT. An initiative in partnership with @iBizAfrica (Strathmore University), Appwiz aims to nurture and mentor ICT-driven start-ups focused on mobile technology, as part of its commitment to spurring local innovation

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Nigerian teen brothers develop Android mobile web browser

While most typical teenagers are busy downloading the latest apps and pushing their parents to buy for them the latest gadgets, Lagos-based brothers Anesi and Osine Ikhianosime taught themselves how to code and developed an Android-based web browser called Crocodile Browser Lite. According to pctechmag.com, 13-year-old Anesi and his 15-old brother

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23-year old Cameroonian M-health startup recognized by Queen Elizabeth

Alain Nteff, a Telecommunications Engineering student and social entrepreneur, has been recognized by Queen Elizabeth under the umbrella of the inaugural Queens Young Leaders Award for his efforts in improving maternal and infant health. Nteff is the Co-founder of GiftedMom, a mobile health technology social enterprise that has impacted over 3,000

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