Airtel Partners with Dynamiss to Financially Support Online Education in Nigeria

Airtel Nigeria has partnered with Dynamiss, an Educational Technology company, to financially support data and mobile Internet for all Nigerian schools and students. Nigerian students and schools will be able to get financial support by using Dynamiss Learning Management Systems. This proposition also extends to the Airtel users who can now enjoy up to 50% discount on data/mobile Internet charges only if they can access the Dyanamiss platforms. Note that the 50% discount on data and internet charges is now effective. This means once you access Dyanamiss platform, you immediately…

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Advertising Africa Government 

Mobile Cash Market Continues To Grow in Kenya, M-Pesa Nears 99 percent Market Share

The Kenya n mobile cash market plays a basic role in the nation’s objective to financial inclusion. The market has actually been growing and still is according to the current Sector Data report from the Communications Authority of Kenya. Under the third quarter of the FY 2019/20(Jan-March 2020 ), the number of registered active mobile money memberships in Kenya stood at 29.1 million. An increase from 28.9 million registered in the duration ended December 2019. As usual, M-Pesa continues to lead the marketplace, currently holding a 98.8 percent market share,…

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Africa Education Healthcare 

Unity Bank Partners Dynamiss to Boost Access to E-Learning in Nigeria

With Nigeria still uncertain of the school resumption due to the rapidly spreading COVID-19 pandemic across the country, the importance of e-Learning is more pronounced now more than ever. To this end, Unity Bank Plc has forged a collaborative partnership with Dynamiss, a digital learning solutions provider, to provide low-interest credits to schools to boost access to digital learning resources in Nigeria. Under the partnership, a full e-learning package comprising Microsoft School Portal, Discounted Airtel Data and Free Contents and Devices powered by Dynamiss will be supported with financing from…

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Technology Utilities 

Telecoms firms fume as Boko Haram destroys masts in YobeNigeria

Suspected Boko Haram insurgents in five gun trucks attacked Babangida and destroyed telecom masts in their move to infiltrate Damaturu, the Yobe State capital, on Sunday. It was learned that the terrorists burst into the town from Sasawa Forest to overrun the local council headquarters before targeting Damaturu through Gashua road. Babangida, which is 50 kilometres north of Damaturu, was attacked with the emir’s palace four times in October 2018. Confirming the incident yesterday in Damaturu, the Acting Assistant Director, Army Public Relations for Sector 2, Operation Lafiya Dole, Lt.…

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