By Nwakaego Alajemba Scholar and technocrat, Mr. Mohammed Awwalu Salihu, has advocated for the promotion of a new ethnic group called ‘Nigerians’ through social
By Oluwatobi Opusunju Social media buffs and commentators, watch it! The government is watching you. Worried by spate of criticisms against it and rising
By Oluwatobi Opusunju More than 35% of Africa’s urban populations are frequent users of social media, a report by IT Edge News has indicated.
The Minister of Communications, Honourable Adebayo Shittu, yesterday said the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, has impeccably deployed social media networks for public communication and
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project – SERAP, and Niger-Delta Self Determination Movement -NDSDM have condemned the Nigerian government for monitoring social media in
By Aanuoluwapo Omotosho If there is one thing most successful brands in Nigeria have in common, it is the act of being consumer-centric.
Yes, you may already be aware that a lot of conversations are going on every second of the day. People are talking about a
By Aanuoluwapo Omotosho Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook met with Nigeria’s Lola Omolola, founder of the Facebook group called ‘Female In Nigeria’ (FIN) on
By Aanuoluwa Omotosho Instagram has developed a new feature to their service that allows users to upload and post pictures without downloading the
Aanuoluwa Omotosho Facebook has announced a new plan to add 3,000 more people to its operations team to review and respond swiftly to harmful videos and