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30 Apr 2016
Performing artiste, Isaac Gerald, spoke to Guardian TV at NEC 2016, and placed emphasis on the fact that there are a lot of challenges facing the Nigerian entertainment industry, most notably the need for structure.
30 Apr 2016
Pass.ng, a desktop and mobile web-based examination preparatory and testing platform, won an award in the category of ‘Education and Personal Development' at MWA 2016. The site's owners, Imole Oluyemi and Samson Abioye, spoke to Guardian TV at the event.
29 Apr 2016
It’s a case of different scenarios but similar stories for these small-scale businessmen and women as they encounter a series of challenges due to the rising rate of inflation in Nigeria.
29 Apr 2016
Dance choreographer, Kaffy, spoke to Guardian TV at NEC 2016 about the Nigerian entertainment industry and its growing global appeal.
28 Apr 2016
The co-founders of the West African Mobile Awards (WAMAS) talk to Guardian TV on the aims and objectives of the awards which recently took place in Lagos, Nigeria and had entries from three continents.
28 Apr 2016
CEO of Dunn Loren Merrifield, Sonnie Ayere, at NEC 2015, talks to Guardian TV on the importance of having government representation in an entertainment industry that contributes over a trillion naira to the Nigerian economy.
28 Apr 2016
Tecno's GM Operations Mobile Apps, Oye Akindeyinde, talks to Guardian TV on how digital growth has helped artistes in terms of streamed online data.
27 Apr 2016
On the second part of the rise of inflation and the Nigerian economy, commissioned by The Guardian, we look at its impact on everyday Nigerians. In Lagos, a taxi driver explains the challenges and effects this has had on his business.
27 Apr 2016
John Ugbe, at NEC 2016, speaks to Guardian TV, among other things, on the growth of the Nigerian entertainment industry, the birth of a local language-speaking movie channel, and how local content has helped boost Nigeria's global image.
27 Apr 2016
Richard Monday, at the Mobile West Africa 2016, talks to Guardian TV on the Opera Mini's new features, and the mobile browser's massive growth.
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.

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