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Oluniyi D. Ajao

Oluniyi D. Ajao is an Internet Enterpreneur & Tech Enthusiast. He is the founder of Web4Africa and regularly writes about tech in africa. He has been a contibutor for Global Voices since 2011.

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Across West Africa this week

13 July 2006

We start this week's blog round-up with Under the Acacias who blogs: Osama bin Laden in Burkina Faso The face of Osama bin Laden glared down at me from his camel, a kalashnikov gun in his hand. Fortunately, he was only on the front of a t-shirt of a young...

More Football and This is Nigeria

28 June 2006

Football fever is hot in the air and Nigerian bloggers share their thought. Aba Boy is Identifying with the French It was so easy (as a black person and an immigrant) to identify with the French team that beat Spain yesterday. The team that played yesterday was made of black...

West Africa: Football, Science Lag and missed priorities

28 June 2006

We start this week's round-up with the exit of the last African country in this year's FIFA World Cup tournament (Germany 2006). The Trials & Tribulations of a Freshly-Arrived Denizen…of Ghana says Ghana's Coming Home, but Brazil Stole Two “Goals” The Brazilians played a relatively good game, but it was...

West African blogs round-up

14 June 2006

Under the acacias, whilst giving a brief round-up of some news from Burkina Faso writes about Rains, locusts and hunger in a blog entry titled: “What's happening in Burkina?“ The rains have started in the south of the country, and good rains are predicted for the Sahel. Steve tells me...

From the West African Blogosphere

30 May 2006

A student in the University of Ghana blogs at Africa Update and is painting a brief sketch of what final exams are like, in the university. now, do remember that the university of ghana is considered to be one of the best universities in africa. one of my profs went...

Nigeria: And it's Census Time Once Again

22 March 2006

Nigeria is having another population census after 15 years since the last one was held. Unsurprisingly, the Nigerian blogosphere is buzzing with information and opnions about the national activity. Grandiose Parlor is pessimistic about the whole exercise, and bears his mind on the issue: Census 2006: Another Nigerian Spectacle? Despite...

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