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Edward Popoola

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Nigerian Blogger, student at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife in Nigeria studying Computer Science. His interests include ICT4D, advocacy and youth bridging the digital divide.

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30 November 2005

Nigerian Blogosphere

Dabar Objects starts us up this week with “Nigeria and ECommerce: We must be joking”. He pointed out issues about Nigeria doing eCommerce successfully. He discussed why he thinks that...

27 October 2005

This weeks voices from Nigeria and Ghana

Chippla reports on the Belleveiw plane crash in Nigeria last weekend. He talks about the first few hours after the plane crashed. He gave an account of Nigerian's perception of...

25 October 2005

Images from Ile-Ife, Nigeria – A Spiritual People!

A Spiritual People by Jangbalajugbu-Homeland Stories Nigerians were rated as the happiest people on earth some time ago – the reason is simple. Nigerians are a spiritual people!

20 September 2005

Nigerian Suya!

A mala is seen here seated in front of his Suya Stand Suya (pronounced Su-hu-ya) That's the name of a piece of meat roasted on an open heat basin, with...

5 September 2005

Nigerian Blogging Scene

As the world is getting along well with blogging,the face of blogging in Nigeria is changing surely but slowly. As at the time of writing this piece there are not...

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