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MWA 2016

1 May 2016
MPedigree Network Nigeria won the Innovation in the Industry award at MWA 2016, and its representative, Heart Chidozie, told Guardian TV how the outfit is striving to be the frontrunner in Africa's globalisation efforts.
1 May 2016
Chima Okwundu, at the Mobile West Africa 2016, talks to Guardian TV about how Huawei is trying to put together a training session for talented young men and women with the ability to create and monetise content.
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.
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
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.

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