World Book Day: NGO Initiates Programme to Promote Reading in Nigeria

In a bid to curb the high level of mass illiteracy in the country and promote good reading culture, a Non-Governmental Organisation has established a programme tagged, “Project I Read”. Mr Adang Daniel, Chief Custodian, Entrepreneurship Hotline Associates (EHA) commented that for people to have the ability to read, they must be literate but noted that […]

It’s World Book Day! 10 Must-Read Books By African Female Authors

It’s World Book day!  The yearly event organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is a worldwide celebration of books and reading, and marked in over 100 countries across the world. Each year, UNESCO selects the World Book Capital for a one-year period, effective 23 April onwards. Incheon, South Korea is World Book Capital for […]

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5 Tips for a Woman Newbie in Tech

Lately, I have had to read more about women in technology. Initially, I was more confused than enlightened, but I am getting more curious and learning fast. I may soon jump on the #GirlsinICT hashtag, I’m already feeling cool about myself. Here are some advices from women in tech that have helped my curiosity and […]

Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology Offers Full Scholarship for Tech Entrepreneurs

  Established in Ghana in 2008, MEST  is a school of incubator for African Start-ups.  MEST offers aspiring African entrepreneurs a fully sponsored twelve month, intensive full-time program. Sourced from top graduates in Ghana and with the inclusion of Nigeria this year, 30 of these Entrepreneurs-In-Training (EITs) are selected each year and receive comprehensive training across […]