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Tech start-ups to watch right now

By Guardian TV
05 October 2016   |   7:53 pm
The Guardian profiles four Nigerian tech startups that have attracted positive reviews and investment from across the world. Get familiar with names such as NerveFlo, Aella, Paystack and Andela.

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