Less than 50k Netflix subs in Nigeria, Africans can earn from Facebook & $433m for new national ID

September 24, 2019 00:12:51
Less than 50k Netflix subs in Nigeria, Africans can earn from Facebook & $433m for new national ID
Techpoint Africa Podcast
Less than 50k Netflix subs in Nigeria, Africans can earn from Facebook & $433m for new national ID
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Emmanuel Paul Oluwanifemi Kolawole Chimgozirim Nwokoma

Show Notes

Download the GIGM app https://m.gigm.com/ Today on the Techpoint Africa Podcast: There are probably less than 50k Netflix subscribers in Nigeria. https://techpoint.africa/2019/09/24/netflix-subscribers-nigeria/ Video creators in Africa can now earn money from Facebook with ‘Ad Breaks’. https://techpoint.africa/2019/09/19/facebook-ad-breaks-in-nigeria/ Why OPay office was shut down in Kano. https://techpoint.africa/2019/09/21/real-reasons-opay-kano-office-shut-down/ Nigeria gets $433 million for a 5-year national identity card project. https://techpoint.africa/2019/09/23/nigeria-gets-433-million-for-identity-project/ Listen every Tuesday and Friday at 8 AM (WAT). You can find us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, SoundCloud, TuneIn or anywhere else you get your podcasts. Visit www.techpoint.africa for more stories.

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