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Did you know that Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter came to Nigeria for the first time yesterday? Check out our Twitter handle @techgistafrica to learn more.
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Drum roll! In a bid to foster financial inclusion, the Central Bank of Nigeria has granted a super-agent license to Flutterwave. The fintech company will leverage the license to offer banking and financial payments services across the country.
Guess what? CcHub has launched an augmented reality art experience to celebrate tech innovators in the continent. The trailblazer augmented reality is called Nyota.
Have you heard? Solar-based network provider Tizeti has launched its first 4G network in Nigeria. The network will premiere in Port Harcourt city, where its 4G tower is situated.
Also, WhatsApp has released a new update that will stop users from being added to unconsented WhatsApp Groups. The update is available on both Android and iOS devices.
Finally, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has partnered with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to incubate 100 black South African ICT entrepreneurs. AWS has invested the sum of R356 million ($25 million) to train entrepreneurs under the Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) equity-equivalent investment programme.
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