Tag: TECHnically

RoqeebahFebruary 10, 2017

TECHnically: Sulaimon Ajibode’s ‘Ajo’ will change the way we live in Lagos

Living in Lagos has always been a difficult thing. The traffic, the energy overload, the sheer stress of just getting ...

RoqeebahFebruary 10, 2017

TECHnically: Football fans finally have a social media platform to themselves in Fanssify

The last time we sat with the TECHie, Baruwa Olalekan, it was to ease us into the world of mobile ...

RoqeebahFebruary 3, 2017

TECHnically: Olalekan Baruwa takes us through the tricky world of mobile application development

Baruwa Olalekan is probably the synonym you are looking for to properly describe the passionate, pragmatic pursuit of a single-minded ...

RoqeebahJanuary 9, 2017

TECHnically: Rabiu Musah wants to use the creative sector to bridge the unemployment gap

Rabiu Musah fits the part of the under-30 CEO in 2017 comfortably. He is the co-founder and CEO of the online ...

RoqeebahDecember 21, 2016

TECHnically: Gbolabo Awelewa says the key to keeping safe from cyber attacks is to always double-check

Recently, we had a chat with Gbolabo Awelewa, a technical consultant at Sothes, organizers of the just concluded CyberXchange Conference. A self-professed ...

RoqeebahDecember 15, 2016

TECHnically: Dipo Fatokun talks us through the workings of BVN and electronic fraud in Nigeria

by Roqeebah Olaoniye Dipo Fatokun is the Director, Banking and Payment Systems at the Central Bank of Nigeria where he is ...

Joachim MacEbongNovember 3, 2016

TECHnically: Recurring payments in Nigeria are worth over $32bn annually – Segun Adeyemi of Amplify

If 2012-2015 were the E-commerce years in Nigeria, 2016 has undoubtedly been the year of payments, with a few interesting ...

Ada IgboanugoSeptember 14, 2016

TECHnically: Tayo Olufuwa shows how to stay safe online (LISTEN)

As Digital Security lead at the CcHub, Temitayo Olufuwa knows a thing or two about staying safe in our increasingly ...

Oreoluwa PetersAugust 10, 2016

TECHnically: Kene Udeze speaks on the nitty-gritty of ‘cloning yourself’ (LISTEN)

On the debut episode of TECHnically, Kene Udeze sums up user experience in a simple statement: ‘User Interface is a ...

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