What do I want to discuss on the Blogeria-sphere this week? Let’s talk about Nigeria as an emergent market for web. To say it is ripe is an understatement and to my immense pleasure Nigerians themselves are responding and generating their own grass roots products and web-services. I read blogs across a lot of topics and I’m increasingly inspired by the blogs that feed my desire to see the Naija geek brigade developing and pushing forward products not just for Nigeria but for the world.
- Emmanuel Abod on:Nigerian Cashew Farmers Are Going Nuts – Feyi Fawehinmi
- lord of jaspers on:Renegotiating Nigeria
- AFRO FATE on:Modern Slavery: Foreign “Housegirls” and “Houseboys” in Nigeria
- vizz_bob on:Casino Pentecostalism – Ebenezer Obadare
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