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The central bank of Nigeria Review

The central bank of Nigeria Review

The finance industry is one of the leading industries in Nigeria primarily because they handle the monetary aspect and financial activities in the country. The central bank of Nigeria is responsible for coordinating all monetary transactions in Nigeria. They make sure bank activities are always

How to Create A Pinterest Account

Pinterest is a social media platform that is similar to most of the popular social media platforms known to everyone such as WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn among others. In case you don’t know anything about Pinterest, don’t worry. In this post, we will share everything

Top 10 Blogs in Africa

Blogging started merely as a means of sharing ideas with people online and something most people do just for the fun of it. But in recent times, it has become a very lucrative means of generating passive income online from the comfort of your home,

5 Mistakes To Avoid When Buying a Desktop

Desktop computers are slowly going extinct with the advent of laptops and supercomputers, while that it through, some people actually still prefer desktops for their personal use and even in a company setting, such as a corporate organization, banks, government agencies, and the likes, desktops

Top 10 Online Forums in South Africa

A forum is simply an online community where users from different parts of the world visit and share thoughts on selected topics or sections. Most forums allow users to post with little or no moderation on users’ posts. There are many online forums on the

Acer Predator Helios 300 Specifications and Price

In the world of a gamer, having a laptop that is robust enough to handle all Gaming applications without throttling or losing frames is of paramount importance to every gamer. The Predator Helios 300 is a fairly decent Gaming laptop and doesn’t cost just considering

Top 15 Startups in Nigeria solving Nigerian Problems

Thanks to technology, many Nigerians are relying less on the government to provide employment opportunities for them. Nigerians now focus on building their personal brands and starting up businesses that will empower others and create job opportunities for youths. There are a lot of startups