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Juliet Anammah, CEO, Jumia Nigeria

How e-commerce can lift Nigeria's economy: Juliet Anammah, CEO, Jumia Nigeria

Juliet Anammah, Jumia’s CEO, Nigeria‘s leading online shopping platform, cut her teeth in corporate management at May & Baker Plc where she worked for eight years. Her experience in strategic management at Accenture equally molded her for the challenging task of ensuring that Jumia succeeds in Nigeria.

Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi (L), Minister of Transportation; Muhammadu Buhari (C), President of Nigeria; and Babatunde Fashola (R), Minister of Power, Works and Housing. Credit: dailypost.ng

President Buhari swears in his cabinet: A quick geopolitical analysis

Over seven months after he was elected, President Buhari has finally sworn in his cabinet.

Muhammadu Buhari, President of Nigeria

Here are the 21 cabinet nominees submitted by Nigeria's President Buhari

Here are the 21 cabinet nominees and their states of origin submitted by Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari to the Nigerian Senate for confirmation.

Nigerian infrastructure companies (infracos) to connect 60 cities to broadband

MainOne and IHS Towers to connect 60 cities in Nigeria to broadband

Nigeria’s licensed infrastructure companies (InfraCos) plan to improve broadband services in Lagos and about 60 other cities in the North Central zone of Nigeria, The Guardian reported.

Goodluck Jonathan

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan ("GEJ") of Nigeria is clueless, incompetent, and callous: 35 reasons why this is a big lie

The Economist magazine recently published an article on Nigeria in which it described the government of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (“GEJ”) as “A clueless government”.