“Nigerian (tech) entrepreneurs need to show traction”…. I hear this all the time and whilst it is true, it still irks me when I hear it. They compare Nigeria to America and forget the myriad of problems that exist here.
Anyone who has tried recruiting Nigerian graduates would have dealt with immense frustrations only similar in severity to using slow internet to watch pornographic material — Yes I said it. But no… this is not a “bash young Nigerians” post.
Edmund Olotu's thoughts on the role of technology in Nigeria’s coming 2019 elections. From communications to crowdfunding and fake news, it's all in here.
Dedicated to the men in our lives: In commemoration of International Women’s Day 2018 , Edmund Olotu shares his thoughts on Toxic Masculinity and the global MeToo movement.
In this 11-min read, Edmund Olotu shares insights developed over the years and lessons learned in the electricity/power sector in Nigeria.
With the recent emphasis on digital in the banking sector, there is a risk of overdoing it and losing the one aspect that is still lacking in the industry — the human touch. The human touch rules everythingRather than become a system of automated responses and mechanical relationships with customers, the proper digital strategy can elevate the … Continue reading What Makes a Digital Bank Human