This is a review of the development and happenings in the Nigeria technology ecosystem from 12th April to 16th April 2021
- Nigeria’s SIM card registration will resume on April 19, 2021.
The ban on SIM card registration that had been in effect for the past four months has finally been lifted by the Nigerian government.
In response to the federal government’s concerns about internal security challenges, the suspension was imposed to allow Nigerians to link their NINs to their registered SIM cards.
- Appzone, a Nigerian fintech company, has raised $10 million for expansion and proprietary technology.
Via its proprietary technology, Appzone began as a revolutionary approach for building payment and banking solutions for the conventional banking sector. It has steadily expanded its product offerings over time, with end-user banking apps set to debut soon.
- Twitter choose to open office in Ghana but employ Nigerians
In order to expand its African reach, Twitter has opened its first African office in Ghana.
The business is currently recruiting for 12 remote positions, with a focus on content production, product development, innovation, and operations. Data specialist, curation lead, senior content relations manager, and analyst media operations are just a few of the positions available.
- Piggyvest and uduX have teamed up to help Nigerians invest in their favorite musicians.
uduX, a Nigerian music streaming service, has teamed up with PiggyVest to create PopRev, a program that invests in artists. Fans will be able to invest in a musician’s project and benefit from it based on its digital streaming success with the latest product.
- Oliver de Coque, a Nigerian music legend, is honored with a Google Doodle in honor of his posthumous birthday.
Google releases a Doodle in honor of Nigerian music icon and highlife maestro Oliver de Coque, who was one of Africa’s most influential recording artists of all time.
- Nigeria will introduce a web-based solution to assist people in keeping track of all of the country’s programs.
Nigerians will soon have access to Eye-Mark, a web-based website that will enable them to report on the progress of government projects. The platform is being built so people can track poorly performed and unfinished programs, according to Clem Agba, Minister of State for Budget and National Planning.
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