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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo test-drives the Kona Electric Car Assembled in Nigeria at the Made in Nigeria Exhibition. Photo: State House

Assembled-in-Nigeria Electric Car is a Fantastic Innovation,” Says Osinbajo

Assembled-in-Nigeria Electric Car is a Fantastic Innovation,” Says Osinbajo

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo exhibited his driving skills at the ongoing Made-in-Nigeria exhibition in Abuja on Tuesday, June 15, when he seamlessly test-drove Kona, the first electric car assembled-in-Nigeria. He testified that it was a fantastic drive and described the car as “innovative” and “a showcase of what is possible in our country.” He drove

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Institutional Leadership and the Echoes of Tech-Driven Learning

From Mudasiru Olalere Yusuf The story is told of an enthusiastic young teacher who had returned from a workshop on instructional materials production. He regaled the school principal about the value of the workshop. He recounted how devoted he was to the workshop activities, his intention to train other teachers, and willingness to produce instructional

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The Role of Institutional Leaders in Tech-Driven Learning

From Mudasiru Olalere Yusuf The story is told of an enthusiastic young teacher who had returned from a workshop on instructional materials production. He regaled the school principal about the value of the workshop. He recounted how devoted he was to the workshop activities, his intention to train other teachers, and willingness to produce instructional

Urban Mobility: Elektroroller To The Rescue

A revolutionary mode of mobility is gaining acceptance across many German cities. The Elektroroller is environment-friendly; requires no fuel, no pollution, or emissions. It is silent and can attain speeds up to 32 Km/h By nature Germans are pragmatic. After a long political debate, in Germany Elektrorollers have finally been granted road approval. With the legal requirements met and rules now fixed, regular car drivers can

Nigeria in the Security Vortex

Aimed at capturing the identity of mobile phone subscribers for identity and security management, the Subscriber Identity Module, SIM, registration initiative by the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, came into effect on 28 March 2011. The initiative sought to track and curb criminal use of telephones in the country and aid the establishment of a central database of SIM card subscribers, which could also be used to streamline the National Identity Database, NIDB.

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Cassava Smartech, Comviva Win Changing Lives Award

Two digital tech companies, Cassava Smartech andComviva have jointly won the East Africa Com Award in the ‘Changing Lives’ category for Cassava’s EcoCash mobile money service powered by mobiquity Money. The award was presented recently at Radisson Blu Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya. This is the second consecutive award for both companies as they also won

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IITA to Participate in Campus France

The International Institute for Tropical Agriculture, IITA Abuja has indicated its interest to participate in a one-day event, Campus France, organized by the French Embassy. The event is scheduled to take place in Paris on 5 June. Campus France focuses on education and agriculture and is a platform for universities and research centers in Africa

Card Reader Controversy

Card Reader Controversy

By Idowu Awoyinfa At Polling Unit 005 Agege 16, Balogun Street, the Card Reader was discovered to be malfunctioning. Some people who came from Ifo in Ogun State but were initially registered at Agege in Lagos passed the night around the neighborhood of the polling unit. They insisted that with or without the Card Reader,

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