The Overview of the Nigeria Cloud policy


This is an overview of the Nigeria cloud policy that was published in August 2019 which is the latest. The policy comes very late because cloud computing has been adopted by many in Nigeria which include Large-scale enterprise, medium, and small-scale enterprise and even some part of the government. Policy Goal To...

The Eight (8) Strategy Goals by Ministry of Communication and Digital Economy of Nigeria.

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The is an overview of the 8 pillars of the national digital economy strategy by the Honourable Minister of Communication and Digital Economy Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami), which was provide during a press briefing which occur during the meeting with members of the Abuja Chapter of the Nigerian Information Technology Reporters Association early this year at...

Point of Sale Software made easy In Nigeria


Point of Sale Software makes it easier to accept payments and stay on top of your business. All of your critical information-sales, inventory, customers, and employees-is in one place for quick and easy access. Point of Sale makes everyday tasks, from ringing sales to bookkeeping, faster. Your inventory is updated with every sale, order, and return. Delight...

Women In Africa Series: Episode 1 Video

Internet Shutdown In Africa


Internet shutdown should be considered as a crime and be giving a high threat value, because the internet has become a daily commodity such as electricity and water in this technology growing era. Not forgetting that several things are depending on the internet and more will be supported by it. The rapid growth in technology such as...

Episode II: The Intersection of ethnicity and Domestic Violence (DV) in Nigeria.

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In continuation of the Series Women Issues in Africa, I will be discussing the Intersection of ethnicity and Domestic Violence (DV) in Nigeria. Nigeria is a multicultural and multi-ethnic country with more than 389 ethnic groups with different languages and cultures. Among the tribes in Nigeria, are three major tribes based on their population,...

Women’s Issues in Africa: A Series (a case study of Nigeria)

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Based on a conducted survey, personal and work experiences garnered, I will be writing on a series of topics on women's issues in Africa and using Nigeria as a case study, with the belief that these issues will be relevant to other low-income countries across the globe. First Series: Domestic Violence and Justice...

In every 66 Nigerian there is a business owner: The CEO generation


Welcome again to Techconvos, this is another interesting conversation which requires some techy convos. Sometimes ago, I had a discussion with some friends about increasing the usage of the title of ‘CEO’ on social media profiles and many always say they are unregistered. However, recent information shows that they may have been registered businesses. Francis Arinze Iloani of...

Women in Africa


Women comprise a significant number of the world population as there are almost as many men as women in the world with a population of 3,710,295,643, while men are 3,776,294,273. This shows that women are a formidable force in the world since they are the other part of the world’s population. However, unfortunately, the significance of women globally and...

How I learned 4 Languages as an Adult

I grew up in a monolingual, English-speaking household, but I come from a long line of multilingual people. In an effort to assimilate, my family started speaking English the moment they set foot in the U.S. I grew up hearing nothing but English, and for the majority of my childhood, I didn’t give it a second thought.