Information Nigeria, the fastest growing Facebook page in Africa becomes the first Nigerian website to hit 1 million fans

by Oge Okonkwo

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Information Nigeria, an Information portal focused on providing interesting Nigerian content has become the first media website in Nigeria to attain 1 million fans on Facebook and by achieving this milestone has been acknowledged as the fastest growing page ever in Africa by (A social media analytics website).

The Information Nigeria Facebook page has overtime become a very interactive platform where Nigerians air their views openly and learn more about Nigeria. The page has grown from 60,000 Fans in August last year to 1 Million Fans currently. The page has seen phenomenal engagement rates with over 200,000 people sharing content from the page each week and with over 100,000 cumulative comments every day.

“It is no surprise that we are being acknowledged as the fastest growing page ever in Africa, we have created a community of Nigerians actively engaging and interacting with fellow Nigerians and despite the huge sums of money spent by other brands to grow on Facebook, our incredible organic growth is proof that you always win when you put people first” says Kingsley Ezeani; founder of Information Nigeria.

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To celebrate this incredible milestone, Information Nigeria is giving out a Blackberry Q10 device to its 1 millionth Facebook fan. Information Nigeria is also giving out a number of Blackberry Q10 devices to winners of various contests to be launched on the Facebook page.

The Information Nigeria website ( is ranked by as one of the most visited websites in Nigeria with over 15 Million monthly views from Nigeria. Information Nigeria’s founder; Kingsley Ezeani is a 2013 The Future Awards Africa nominee for his work with Information Nigeria and was a speaker at this year’s edition of the Online Business Masterclass.

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