Olanrewaju Femi Adeyeye, CEO of JFED Properties, Bags Prestigious DINMA Award

The Nigerian born real estate mogul and Chief Executive Officer of JFED Properties Consults, Olarenwaju Femi Adeyeye was honored at the 18th edition of PSR National Awards also known as the Development in Nigeria Merit Awards (DINMA). The event was held at … Continue reading Olanrewaju Femi Adeyeye, CEO of JFED Properties, Bags Prestigious DINMA Award

Google to Train 10 Million Africans

The Chief Executive Officer of Google Inc, Sundar Pichai  has announced that his organization will be training 10 million Africans in the next five years. He also charged businesses and individuals on the need to transition to the global economy by leveraging on the digital space. He made this known  at the #GoogleForNigeria program held in Lagos, Nigeria on Thursday. According to him “Last year we set out to help bridge the digital skills gap in Africa when we pledged to train one million young people in the region and we’ve exceeded this target. Through either in-person or online training, … Continue reading Google to Train 10 Million Africans

Lagos State Partners With Dubai On Smart City Project

By: Dayo Fasasi Lagos State Government has signed a “Smart City” Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the United Arab Emirates Capital Dubai. A “Smart City” is a growing concept that draws from the success of Dubai’s innovative knowledge-based industry clusters to empower business growth for companies and knowledge workers all over the world. The Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, stated that the “Smart City” project would create thousands of jobs and transform the entire Lagos State. Lagos State Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice, Mr. Adeniji Kazeem and the Chief Executive Officer of Smart City Dubai LLC, Mr. Jabber … Continue reading Lagos State Partners With Dubai On Smart City Project

There’s An App for That: Buying Fuel in Lagos Just Got Easier

By Wazobia Staff Starting next month Nigerians will have better way of buying fuel. Due to the current fuel shortage crisis in Nigeria, people are forced to wait in lines for hours trying to purchase fuel which they need for everyday use in homes and business, not just for vehicles. Subomi Owo-Odusi, a 23-year-old that works at a fuel distribution company, witnessed the long lines and frustration of his few countrymen in Lagos and decided to do something about it. He created a new app called FueledUp. This is how it works. First you download the app from iTunes, Google … Continue reading There’s An App for That: Buying Fuel in Lagos Just Got Easier

2,000 to Celebrate at Easter Picnic

By: Dayo Fasasi Two thousand people set to attend a picnic at Sultan Beach on Monday, March 28th. In celebration of the Easter holiday, Nigerian lawmaker Abayomi Dauda Kako-Are, representing Lagos State’s Mushin Federal Constituency under the Accord Party at the House of Representatives, told the News Agency of Nigeria that this picnic would afford members of his constituency the opportunity to relax in a natural setting devoid of the hustling and bustling of the city center, where he represent. “This had been my culture to take members of my constituency to tourist sites during Easter celebration annually,” stated Abayomi. “I … Continue reading 2,000 to Celebrate at Easter Picnic

Nigeria’s Most Googled Person Is…

By: Dayo Fasasi God is indeed wonderful! A former bread hawker, turned a renowned model, Olajumoke Orisaguna, has been named the most Googled person in Nigeria. In February 2016, Olajumoke, made headlines for the first time after photo-bombing American rapper Tinie Tempah’s photo-shoot in Lagos with Ty Bello.   Orisaguna, now with a modeling contract with “Few Models“, has bagged numerous endorsement and ambassador deals of top companies in the country. The mother of two topped the list of the most Googled person in Nigeria, followed immediately on the list is late music legend David Bowie and YBNL singer, Adekunle … Continue reading Nigeria’s Most Googled Person Is…