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Getting into the UI/UX Industry in Nigeria, as a woman.

The underrepresentation of women in Nigeria’s tech industry is nothing new. As a rising career field, UI/UX Design has become popular among many women looking to begin their tech journey. However, because tech is a male-dominated field, the journey can be difficult for women at times. In this article, we’ll go over common problems women …

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NFT Artists are the future of the Africa’s creative economy

The Creative Economy Africa is the second-largest and second-most populous continent, with a population of 1.2 billion people. The creative economy is an essential part of any country’s economy and creativity can be found in many forms such as arts and crafts, performing arts, design and architecture, literature, music and movies. From the time of …

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#EndSARS: Nigerians Call for the Disbandment of SARS

Under the Force Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (FCIID), SARS is a unit that was created to combat violent crimes associated with kidnapping, armed robbery, extortion, among others. Several Nigerians, especially the youth, have related stories of how officers and men of the unit have been engaging in extortion, unlawful arrests, humiliation, and other crimes. …

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Movie Review: ‘Òlòtūrè’ The Grittiness of Sex Work & Trafficking

Its a windy Friday night and I’m snuggled in bed with a cold cup of Ice Tea, Pringles -Texas BBQ because that’s the best flavour – and my two best friends. I open Netflix, “Kika search for it, why are you wasting time?” one of them rushed. “It’s a new release it’ll definitely be on …

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Why We’re Not in The New Nollywood Phase

Contrary to popular belief, we’re actually not yet in the New Nollywood Era. We’re still on a train taking us there. Nollywood is evolving rapidly and it’s clear that the demand for more entertaining content that addresses a lot of issues is rising. In recent years, there’s been larger consumption of local content by international …

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