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After months of talks, the Nigerian government inked a deal with technology giant Microsoft designed to pave the way for future generations by transforming the economy and preparing the country’s youth for the digital age.
Twitter is one of the biggest platforms for social and political interaction in Nigeria. It gives the youths a voice on various existential social and political issues affecting the country.
The world has become more digital as people have been bound home more due to the various lockdowns across the continent. This has translated into significant growth of e-commerce across Africa.
Nigeria’s Gokada has launched its new super app which now enables users to access its delivery services in one app. The bike-hailing and delivery company also announced that it had exceeded $100 million in annualized transaction value.
Banks that build their issuance business now not only contribute to the foundation on which this transition can take place, but also position themselves to reap the rewards of this seismic fundamental shift.