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7 Jul 2020
Global engineering talent company, Andela is looking to double its talent pool and is ready to accept engineers from all African countries. Omowale David-Ashiru, Andela’s Vice President for Global Operations joins CNBC Africa for more.
1 Jul 2020
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6 May 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Thursday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Thursday.
30 Jan 2019
After the completion of its 100 million-dollar Series D funding, African outsourcing start-up Andela says they plan to hire another one thousand software developers this year. Andela's Country Director for Nigeria Omowale David-Ashiru, joins CNBC Africa to discuss this development.
24 Jan 2019
Andela today announced the completion of a $100M Series D funding bringing Andela’s total venture funding to $180M. Clement Uwajeneza Country Director at Andela Rwanda joins us now to discuss the most recent financing and road ahead for 2019.
2 Feb 2018
Andela, the largest tech hub in Nigeria is helping companies quickly and confidently scale their software teams with world-class, full-time developers. The Guardian got a rare access to the magnificent hub recently where we got a full view into how Africa's evolving tech giant is developing talents to solve some of the continent's needs.
5 Oct 2016
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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