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Happy Birthday to my best political goons Hameed



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Pls am very sorry for not coming online on time to wish you Happy Birthday bro!!! Hammered Musa
Its because my iphone7 had a problem and my iPad battery is dead. My brother is with my Samsung galaxyS7, Am just here at home sitting alone since my parents traveled to Canada.
I would have Skyped with you but I misplaced my Apple laptop power pack, so I have to travel to south Africa to get a new one. I wanted to visit the mall tonight but my aunty went out with my bugatti and my junior sister is out with the 2017 Rang Rover.
My Toyota Highlander had a little problem, the tyre of my Honda CRV is flat and I hate driving Lexus jeep at night. I tried calling our driver to come and pick me with my mom Ferrari but no single credit in my account.
Can you please send me 1000 naira MTN or Glo or Airtel Card? Abeg….I don’t like etisalat for some reason best known to me, I am not begging for it ooo, It’s ask niooo no be you dey do baedayni??? Abi kilako gan???????????😛😛😛😀😀😀
Greetings from my humble self
Founder/Publisher of Nigerian number one website and YouTube Channel TV
I am Ajagbe Adeyemi Teslim a.k.a Omoatitebi while my kegite friends call me LSF or Ab Media
Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel and share our link to your friends bro/sister
Once again bro, happy birthday sir/ma from the bottom of my heart,i wish you all the success you wish yourselves Amen

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Gebeya Inc. Launches First Pan-African Freelance Talent Marketplace



Gebeya Team - Amadou Daffe, CEO and Co-founder (l) and Becky Tsadik, Dir...

Gebeya Inc. Launches First Pan-African Freelance Talent MarketplaceGebeya Team - Amadou Daffe CEO and Co-founder (l) and Leul Girma Chief O...Gebeya Team - Amadou Daffe, CEO and Co-founder (l) and Becky Tsadik, Dir...


Sponsored by: H&H

Gebeya Inc. the Pan-African source for freelance professional talent, on Monday, June 14, 2021 announced the launch of its revamped marketplace, the first of its kind in terms of reach in Africa. Prior to investment, Gebeya operated mostly a manual non-scalable marketplace model. Gebeya raised a $2M seed investment in Feb 2020, co-led by Partech and Orange Ventures and followed by Consonance Investment Managers, to set up the machine for scale, fully automated and digitized. connects Startups and Small and Medium Enterprises to professional talents from across the continent. The platform offers a self-service single gateway for clients to create a profile and gain instant access to pre-vetted, qualified talents offering professional services and ready to work. Gebeya customers can choose from remote or on-site talent in fields such as software development, graphic design, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, product development, and digital marketing. boasts of features such as an intelligent matching algorithm that considers location, language, and budget; provides automated matching for a seamless experience on a single dashboard, the ability to create a profile and request talent at no cost; and an option to hire individual talent with specialized skills or build a core team.
As companies embrace the need to stay on pace with an evolving global job market, Gebeya unlocks a new source of eager, available professional talents from across Africa.

Since its inception, Gebeya has played an integral role in aggressively moving the needle forward, bringing Africa’s competitiveness to the forefront of the global digital and technical landscape. New features on the platform will connect businesses with talent in minutes.

Visitors to the Gebeya Marketplace are matched with freelancers from a carefully curated pool, trusted by multinational telecommunications companies like Orange, as well as e-commerce startups such as Limestart, and logistics startup Paps.

“It’s time for businesses to leverage the sharp skills and fresh perspective that freelancers infuse into a permanent workforce,” said Amadou Daffe, CEO and Co-founder of Gebeya.

“Africa doesn’t have a talent deficiency, it has a matching problem and that is what Gebeya is seeking to address through the deployment of a true Pan-African freelance marketplace,” he added.

“Freelancers are part of a smart, agile hiring strategy. We plan to expand our pool of skilled freelance talent to 15,000 within the next 3 years,” noted Amadou.
Africa claims only 1.4% of the total addressable gig and freelancer economy industry, a figure estimated at $1.5 trillion with North America accounting for over half of the world’s freelancers, according to a 2017 report from Freelance Statistics. $486 million of that amount went to tech freelancers. According to the same report, there are seventy seven million identified freelance workers globally.

As experts project, freelancers will constitute 80% of the workforce by 2030, Gebeya’s vision is to unlock the power of the skilled workforce on the continent, and increase the number of innovative startups leading the helm of digital transformation.

Demand for African talent on the Gebeya platform is Pan-African, from East to West Africa – and reaches as far as the EU and the US, as its quality and caliber is comparable to freelancers in those markets. Clients are only matched with talents who have successfully passed vetting, testing, and an interview. Freelance talents possess experience in exploding sectors like fintech, healtech, agritech, and logistics & supply chains, meaning individual entrepreneurs, startups, and large enterprises alike will benefit.

Features of the Gebeya Marketplace include: Intelligent matching algorithm that considers location, language, and budget Automated matching for a seamless experience on a single dashboard Ability to create a profile and request talent at no cost
Option to hire individual talent with specialized skills or build a core team
A dedicated Account Representative
Smooth handling of administrative and finance processes Access to a diverse pool, ready to work remotely closes the gap between companies and their next best hires.

In the first six months since the launch of the Gebeya Talent app, thousands of freelancers from 27 African countries have flocked to join the pool.

The best freelance talent marketplaces thrive on quality, not quantity. As companies embrace the need to stay on pace with an evolving global job market, Gebeya unlocks a new source of eager, available professional talents from across Africa.

In December 2020, Gebeya launched its talent mobile application, attracting more than 2,000 applicants to-date. Since then, the marketplace has onboarded hundreds of highly-skilled freelance professionals. With an efficient and rigorous 4-stage talent recruiting and client matching process, Gebeya has yielded a 35% increase in talent onboarding growth month-over-month.

The upgraded demonstrates the company’s continued success identifying and sealing the gaps for entrepreneurs within many companies, while maximizing a growing freelance market that produces competitive, multilingual, certified and skilled talent

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Ecobank Partners Linda Ikeji’s Selfmade Woman Conference; says Women Are Bedrock of Entrepreneurship



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Ecobank Partners Linda Ikeji’s Selfmade Woman Conference; says Women Are Bedrock of Entrepreneurshipimages (2)



The Managing Director, Ecobank Nigeria, Patrick Akinwuntan has said the decision to partner with the media entrepreneur and blogger, Linda Ikeji to host the latest edition of her yearly popular empowerment programme, ‘Selfmade Woman Conference (SMWC) 2021’ is in line with the bank’s empowerment policy for women, stressing that the challenges facing the nation has made it more imperative to recognize the potentials in women and develop it.  According to Mr Akinwuntan, Ecobank recognizes women as the bedrock of most families and entrepreneurship in society, and if we must succeed as a nation, it is imperative that we recognize their unique potentials and support them sufficiently.

“Our decision to support Linda Ikeji conference aligns with our women empowerment policy. As a bank, we have been playing a leading role in this respect. Like you know, we have a long standing partnership with  Tera Kulture, that is Bolanle Austen Peters who has come out with various movies such as ‘Bling Lagosians’, ‘Moremi The Musical’, ‘Fela and the Kalakuta Queens,’ ‘The Oluronbi Musical’ and others. Recently, we also supported ‘The Wait’, a movie inspired by the popular book from renowned lawyer and entrepreneur, Yewande Zaccheaus.  We are also currently working with the Ogun state government to promote the Adire industry which is also primarily women driven. In the agric industry, we have supported the Anchor borrowers programme of the Central Bank of Nigeria across the six regions of the country to reach out to farmers, especially the women folk to support them financially to increase their farm size and yield capacity through the introduction of new techniques. Let me also add that Ecobank has a women empowerment programme “Ellevate” for women in Business; this will be publicly launched across the country in July. With Ellevate, we want to ensure we raise and recognize our women for the significant role they have always played to ensure a better society for us all”.


The Linda Ikeji Self-Made Woman, which debuted in 2013, is an advocacy project with the sole aim to mentor and provide financial empowerment to young female entrepreneurs or aspiring ones. it is essentially to build stronger economies and improve the quality of life for women, men, families and communities.  Speakers for this year’s conference scheduled for Saturday, June 19th at the Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, include Tara Durotoye, renowned beauty and make-up entrepreneur; Dr. Ola Brown, Founder of the Flying Doctors Healthcare Investment Company; and Dr. Nancy Nnadi, Serial Entrepreneur & CEO of Telecom Distribution Company.  They will provide actionable strategies and hope to women who would like to start their own businesses, enhance their impact in various industries or broaden their creative roles in traditional industries.

Other guest speakers will include Tomie Balogun, Investment Expert & Fin-tech Entrepreneur; Sola Adesakin,  Finance Coach & Chartered Accountant; Kemi Adetiba, Film Maker and content creator; and TV star Dorathy Bachelor

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Osang Abang, M-net script writer dies in a bus accident




Nigerian Script Writer, Osang Abang Dies In Accident

It is unfortunate as a Nigerian scriptwriter, Osang Abang, met his untimely death at the prime age of 30.

The University of Calabar  graduate, who worked with M-Net, gave up the ghost following his involvement in a bus accident, on Thursday night, and was buried on Monday.

Abang was a dedicated co-content writer for Tinsel, a popular Nigerian soap opera, before his death. He was also the head writer of the series, Battleground. Other projects he worked on includes ‘Forbidden’, ‘Hush’, ‘Hustle’, ‘Jemeji’, ‘E.V.E’, and ‘Ajoche’.

Premier news reports that Ajoche is an Epic African Magic series currently showing every weekend night.

Funlola Aofiyebi-Raimi paid tribute to the late Abang on her social media page, saying his death is painful.

…Thank you for soooooo many dramatic twists in all the Africa Magic TV shows(Tinsel, Hush, Battleground and more) R.I.P. Osang Abang, we must not question God but this one is too painful!! Nigeria just lost another..


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