Nokia X Portathon Winners Collect Prizes

Nokia X Portathon Winners collect prizes

Nokia X Portathon Prize winners + MoMo Team (L-R: Akinbobola Akinola, Lanre Folarin, Mayowa Egbewunmi, Ayooluwa Ajekola, Tomi Davies, Bukola Akinfaderin, Peter Ekerete, Joseph Akinde-Peters)

Nokia X Portathon Prize winners + MoMo Team (L-R: Akinbobola Akinola, Lanre Folarin, Mayowa Egbewunmi, Ayooluwa Ajekola, Tomi Davies, Bukola Akinfaderin, Peter Ekerete, Joseph Akinde-Peters)

On the 30th of April 2014, MobileMonday Nigeria hosted a private prize presentation session with the participants who were selected as winners from the Nokia X Portathon. The criteria for winning the prizes were as follows; Participation at the Nokia X Portathon which held on the 27th and 28th of April 2014, and Membership of MobileMonday Nigeria (which costs 1000 Naira Only, Interest form at the end of this post).

The prizes were as follows; First Place Prize of $1000, Second Place Prize of $750, and Third Place Prize of $500. The Consolation Prize for the rest of the Winners was a Nokia X Device for each of them courtesy of Nokia Nigeria.

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MEF Africa Survey – Mobile Content And Commerce Trends In Africa

MEF Africa Survey – Mobile Content and Commerce Trends in Africa

Take part in this short survey and enter a free prize draw to win a Samsung Galaxy S4

MEF Africa, in association with Vodacom, is carrying out vital research to understand the state of the mobile content and commerce markets in South Africa, Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria. This is an important, independent benchmark study to identify the specific opportunities and challenges in each of those African growth markets and we would like to personally invite you to participate in the study.

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MHealth In Nigeria: August 2013 Event Recap

mHealth in Nigeria: August 2013 Event Recap

Crafted by Willie Aniebiet. You can find him on Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/aniebiet )

After bustling for the last Monday of the month of August, health experts, developers and enthusiasts hung out at Lagos State e-Learning Centre for the August Edition of Mobile Monday. Representatives from the World Bank were exceptionally punctual. The event slated for 5:00pm saw just a few attendees available at the set time; the ‘African-time’ bug. A well known figure in the Tech-Space in Nigeria, Tomi Davies, welcomed participants and painstakingly registered each unregistered participant in his “database”.

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