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26 Apr 2016
In 2016, the Nigerian economy has been facing a series of challenges. One of these challenges has been a rising rate of inflation. The Guardian decided to commission a series of videos to understand the impact inflation is having on the population at large. In the first of this series we spoke to a market trader about her challenges. You can watch more of our series, 'Inflation and The Nigerian Economy' on Guardian TV.
26 Apr 2016
Amebo App, a content aggregator which pulls news from top Nigerian news sites and blogs, won in the Social Entertainment and News category at the Mobile West Africa 2016.
26 Apr 2016
Wild Fusion, a Digital Marketing and Social Media agency, won an award in the Brand Development on Mobile category at the Mobile West Africa 2016, and a few team members were on-hand to receive it.
25 Apr 2016
Lexi Novitske, at the Mobile West Africa 2016, talks about high speed internet and how it enhances the consumption of quality content.
25 Apr 2016
Sanyade Okoli talks to Guardian TV on the current situation of the Nigerian economy, including electricity tariffs and fuel scarcity.
25 Apr 2016
David Steinacker at the Mobile West Africa 2016, talks to Guardian TV on the rise of mobile usage and the need for Nigeria and the West African market to form a partnership bond.
23 Apr 2016
Ebuka Obi speaks to Guardian TV, at NEC 2016 on entertainment having a strong impact on the Nigerian economy.
22 Apr 2016
On-Air Personality, Wana Udobang, at the Nigerian Entertainment Conference, speaks to Guardian TV on the link between the entertainment industry and economic development.
22 Apr 2016
Ace comedian, Bovi, at NEC 2016 bares his mind on the Nigerian entertainment industry.
21 Apr 2016
Nigerian Entertainment Conference founder, Ayeni Adekunle, speaks to Guardian TV at NEC 2016 on how the Federal Government can turn the entertainment industry into a major revenue earner.
21 Apr 2016
Nigerian entertainer, Folarin Falana, a.k.a. Falz, shares his thoughts on the entertainment Industry, while also calling on the government to put in place a conducive environment for artistes to flourish.
2 Apr 2016
Jeff Leatham is a world renowned florist and Artistic Director of the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris. He was in Lagos recently for a floral workshop.

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