Nigerian online retail platform Jumia wants to become Africa’s Amazon. It’s not the only company with ambitions to make it big online. Nigeria, and Lagos in particular, is becoming a focus for internet entrepreneurs.
The smartphone game Pokemon Go has yet to officially launch in any African country. That’s not stopping African Pokemon fans, who are already braving the continent’s unpredictable streets to find the virtual monsters.
Lagos, Nigeria's commercial capital is filled with street hawkers. The hawkers take advantage of the city's congested roads to sell a wide range of household items to motorists stuck in the traffick jam.
Almost 40,000 Nigerians entered the EU illegally last year. Others only got as far as Libya - some of whom are now back in Nigeria, where they are trying to recover from their harrowing experiences.
Guardian Prime, Powerboy and Commander Jade are just a few of the African comic book characters defeating evil and saving the city. A Nigerian startup is bringing their stories to life.
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