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Techeconomy.ng Wins ‘Most Innovative Digital Media Platforms Of The Year’ Award

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Techeconomy.ng, a Nigeria-based digital news platform, has been decorated as the ‘Most Innovative Digital Media Platforms of the Year’ in Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, at Titans of Tech Hall of Fame 2021 edition.

The colourful event took place over the weekend at Oriental Hotel, Lagos and was attended by Tech influencers in Nigeria and other dignitaries in the country.

The Managing Consultant, TechTV, Don Pedro Aganbi, organisers of the high-octane Titans of Tech Hall of Fame Awards, said the Awards ceremony was designed to celebrate Hi-Tech most important movers and shakers; the revolutionaries, icons, organisations and institutions that are behind the technological wind of change that has engulfed Nigeria.

He described TechEconomy.ng as a digital news sites organisation dedicated to innovation. “The platform helps the audience to understand ICT and business related news – aiding them in analysing what works and what doesn’t. With a strong focus on original content TechEconomy also shares the latest news in mobile and apps, social and audience, reporting and production. It also has a section focusing on the diversity of business models in the industry. So, it was not a surprise that they won in this category”, Aganbi said. 

The award was presented to Mr. Peter Oluka, editor of TechEconomy.ng, by Mr. Ajibola Olude, executive secretary of the Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria (ATCON).

In his response, Oluka thanked the organisers for honouring them, stressing that the team will continue to work round-the-clock to explore and explain the changing world around us in the technology sector while tilting the lenses on the emerging markets.

He dedicated the award to members of the team and the reader.

In his words: “I dedicate this award to the members of our team for their resilience which contributed to us receiving this award.

“Also, our readers across Nigeria, US, UK, South Africa, India, European Union, Ghana, Kenya, Netherlands, China, Russia and other parts of the world, we appreciate your support.

“One of the ways to rate news platforms is not just about the traffic but the impact you create in the lives of the reader. We have in the recent past received emails from researchers who feel elated because they deduced insights from our publications that aided their research works.

“So, we are grateful to the TechTV team led by Don Pedro Aganbi for the honour done to us by inducting TechEconomy.ng into the Titans of Tech Hall of Fame Award”.

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Buhari’s Visit: We Will Deal Ruthlessly With Troublemakers – Police

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Following the planned Visit of President Muhammadu Buhari to Imo State today (Thursday), the police have warned ‘troublemakers’ to stay away from the state or risk the wrath of security operatives.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Mike Abattam, in a telephone interview on Wednesday, specifically cautioned that its operatives and those of other sister agencies would be on the ground to deal with mischief makers during and after the President’s visit.

He said, “The security arrangements are perfect; the arrangements are maximum. As usual, we prepared to secure lives and property of the people of the state. We have informed troublemakers to vacate the state because we will deal ruthlessly with anybody who disturbs the peace of the state tomorrow (today) and going forward.”

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Elder Statesman Decry Nigera’s Corruption, Unemployment Indexx

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The continuous dwindling of Nigeria’s economy coupled with insecurity is becoming too hard to take decried the worsening insecurity, a former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Chief Olu Falae, said on Sunday.

Falae, who addressed journalists in Akure, Ondo State, said Nigeria had become the corruption and unemployment capital of the world.

The elder statesman insisted that if the activities of bandits who were already shooting down military jets were not checked on time, they would soon develop the boldness to negotiate for control of territories in the country.

He added that Nigeria was already at the edge of the cliff.

He said: “We are already at the edge of the cliff. The question is, are they going to topple into the abyss below? Or are we going to find a way of pulling back from the precipice? That is the question.

“For us to pull back, there must be a political initiative that will signal that tomorrow will be better than today. If there is no such signal, I don’t know what is going to happen tomorrow, I don’t know.”

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Man Defrauds ‘Yahoo Boys’ N38 million After Posing As An EFCC Official

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested one Ladeji Kelvin Babatunde for obtaining money under false pretense.

He is reported to have allegedly obtained over N38 million from suspected internet fraudsters commonly known as Yahoo boys, while posing as an EFCC operative.

Babatunde had boasted that he would prevent their arrest by the commission.

An EFCC statement on Facebook reads; “A four-bedroom uncompleted apartment located at Ikola Road, Alagbado, Lagos, which was developed with the proceeds of the fraud, was recovered from him”.

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