Award-winning creator Roye Okupe sat down with CBR to discuss diversity and representation in comics and his formation of YouNeek Studios.
Asiri: Dark Horse to Publish New Graphic Novel Series That Merges X-Men and Attack on Titan
Amazon Prime Video has announced the launch of the localized version of its streaming service in Nigeria with the unveiling of a Crime Drama ‘Gangs Of Lagos’ and ‘LOL: Last One Laughing Naija’ as first Nigerian Amazon originals.
During the Virtual Couch Session at the recently concluded Lagos Startup Week, industry leaders made the resolve that access to financial services is a sign of development in Nigeria.
MTN Nigeria Communications has finally kicked off an open pilot of its highly anticipated 5G technology in seven Nigerian cities.
West Africa’s leading film production and distribution company, FilmOne Entertainment, has, through its media channels, revealed the role of its production collaborations in the successful recovery of the Nigerian box office in 2021, amongst other insights.
Sequel to the resumption of sales of all classes of Imo State Plate numbers by Imo State Internal Revenue Service, the management is set to commence Automated Vehicle Administration (AutoReg).
Netflix removes a variety of movies and shows without alerting its users each month. However, the removal of Living in Bondage: Breaking Free, the sequel of the classic 1992 Nollywood movie directed by Ramsey Nouah came to its fans as a rude shock.
The world’s richest man, Elon Musk has revealed that the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has issued its firm, Starlink Internet Limited, with two licenses to operate in Nigeria. Starlink Internet Limited, which is operated by SpaceX, will be trading as Starlink Internet Services Nigeria Limited.
The company received the two licenses, which include the International Gateway license and Internet Service Provider (ISP) license, after months of negotiations with the NCC.
There has been a noticeable increase in Nigerian-operated money lending mobile apps in the past few months and with these also is the big question, why?