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ZINOX sets future agenda with new TV commercial

UGO AMADI
“Our founders had a vision for a greater Nigeria but only a technological disruption will take the nation to the next level.”The statement above – succinct and thought-provoking – represents one of the driving motivations behind the lofty ambitions of Nigeria’s tech giant, Zinox Technologies Ltd. which featured prominently in a brand new television commercial released by the company last week.

HMD Global unveils five new NOKIA phones, reloading the legendary NOKIA 8110 in 4G

UGO AMADI
HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, today announced four new additions to its award-winning portfolio of Android smartphones – Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 7 Plus, new Nokia 6 and Nokia 1. Delivering all the craftsmanship expected from a Nokia phone, each new smartphone offers durability and reliability as standard, with the range setting new benchmarks in materials and design.

HP , Nigerian officials close down international counterfeit operation

HP has worked with local Nigerian authorities to close down a large-scale international counterfeiting operations in Lagos. As part of the raid, there were several large seizures in the Lagos and Abuja regions in shops, warehouses and at manufacturing sites. The Nigerian officials were able to seize 142,000 illegal items, which were primarily components for manufacturing counterfeit toner and ink cartridges.

ZINOX Group acquires KONGA, to employ 5000 Nigerians

UGO AMADI

The Zinox Group has reportedly concluded the acquisition of e-commerce powerhouse, Konga after successfully rounding off months of long-drawn negotiations with major investors, Naspers and AB Kinnevik in a landmark development that will expectedly provide employment opportunities for thousands of Nigerians and reposition Konga for a greater share of the e-commerce market in Nigeria and beyond.

Secure, trusted internet critical to advancing African economy

Many African countries have made significant progress towards creating an Internet sector, with broad reforms that focus on increasing broadband availability. There have been further successes within countries in developing online platforms, fostering growth of local companies and increasing the incentive to go online– says a new report launched today by the Internet Society a global non-profit dedicated to ensuring the open development, evolution and use of the Internet.

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