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  • As of the end of September 2023, Starlink Nigeria had amassed a customer base of 11,207 active subscribers, growing 66% from 6,756 in June. It placed 4th in the market after Spectranet (113,747), Tizeti Network (19,126), and ipNX Nigeria (14,871).

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    Global sales of electric vehicles are projected to hit 13.33 million by 2027, up from 4.6 million in 2021, indicating a significant increase in the shift from petroleum product-powered vehicles to electronic ones.

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  • Kenya received $377.8 million (Sh50 billion) from a consortium of European agencies to build a Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) lane in Nairobi in 2023 which is also the first electric bus lane in the East Africa region. The European Union will provide $48.9 million (Sh6.47 billion) in grants, the European Investment Bank (EIB) and Agence Française de Développement (AFD) will jointly support the project with $256.8 million (Sh33.9 billion), and Kenya will bring $72.0 million (Sh9.5 billion).

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    In 2023, Nigerians went to the polls to elect the president and Federal House of Assembly members and elect state governors and House of Assembly members. Here's a breakdown of the 14,859 candidates who participated in the 2023 general elections in Nigeria.

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  • There were over a hundred Internet Service Providers in Nigeria and only 4 have over 10,000 active subscribers as of Q3 2022. Spectranet led with 115, 103 active subscribers. No other operator has up to 20,000 active subscribers.

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    The pump price of petrol in Nigeria increased from ₦189 to ₦617 between May 29, 2023 and July 18, 2023, a 226% increase within two months. The announcement of the removal of petrol subsidy led to a sharp increase in its pump price.

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As of the end of September 2023, Starlink Nigeria had amassed a customer base of 11,207 active subscribers, growing 66% from 6,756 in June. It placed 4th in the market after Spectranet (113,747), Tizeti Network (19,126), and ipNX Nigeria (14,871).

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As of the end of September 2023, Starlink Nigeria had amassed a customer base of 11,207 active subscribers, growing 66% from 6,756 in June. It placed 4th in the market after Spectranet (113,747), Tizeti Network (19,126), and ipNX Nigeria (14,871).
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As of the end of September 2023, Starlink Nigeria had amassed a customer base of 11,207 active subscribers, growing 66% from 6,756 in June. It placed 4th in the market after Spectranet (113,747), Tizeti Network (19,126), and ipNX Nigeria (14,871).
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Global sales of electric vehicles are projected to hit 13.33 million by 2027, up from 4.6 million in 2021, indicating a significant increase in the shift from petroleum product-powered vehicles to electronic ones.

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Global sales of electric vehicles are projected to hit 13.33 million by 2027, up from 4.6 million in 2021, indicating a significant increase in the shift from petroleum product-powered vehicles to electronic ones.
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Global sales of electric vehicles are projected to hit 13.33 million by 2027, up from 4.6 million in 2021, indicating a significant increase in the shift from petroleum product-powered vehicles to electronic ones.
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Kenya received $377.8 million (Sh50 billion) from a consortium of European agencies to build a Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) lane in Nairobi in 2023 which is also the first electric bus lane in the East Africa region. The European Union will provide $48.9 million (Sh6.47 billion) in grants, the European Investment Bank (EIB) and Agence Française de Développement (AFD) will jointly support the project with $256.8 million (Sh33.9 billion), and Kenya will bring $72.0 million (Sh9.5 billion).

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Kenya received $377.8 million (Sh50 billion) from a consortium of European agencies to build a Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) lane in Nairobi in 2023 which is also the first electric bus lane in the East Africa region. The European Union will provide $48.9 million (Sh6.47 billion) in grants, the European Investment Bank (EIB) and Agence Française de Développement (AFD) will jointly support the project with $256.8 million (Sh33.9 billion), and Kenya will bring $72.0 million (Sh9.5 billion).
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Kenya received $377.8 million (Sh50 billion) from a consortium of European agencies to build a Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) lane in Nairobi in 2023 which is also the first electric bus lane in the East Africa region. The European Union will provide $48.9 million (Sh6.47 billion) in grants, the European Investment Bank (EIB) and Agence Française de Développement (AFD) will jointly support the project with $256.8 million (Sh33.9 billion), and Kenya will bring $72.0 million (Sh9.5 billion).
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In 2023, Nigerians went to the polls to elect the president and Federal House of Assembly members and elect state governors and House of Assembly members. Here's a breakdown of the 14,859 candidates who participated in the 2023 general elections in Nigeria.

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In 2023, Nigerians went to the polls to elect the president and Federal House of Assembly members and elect state governors and House of Assembly members. Here's a breakdown of the 14,859 candidates who participated in the 2023 general elections in Nigeria.
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In 2023, Nigerians went to the polls to elect the president and Federal House of Assembly members and elect state governors and House of Assembly members. Here's a breakdown of the 14,859 candidates who participated in the 2023 general elections in Nigeria.
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There were over a hundred Internet Service Providers in Nigeria and only 4 have over 10,000 active subscribers as of Q3 2022. Spectranet led with 115, 103 active subscribers. No other operator has up to 20,000 active subscribers.

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There were over a hundred Internet Service Providers in Nigeria and only 4 have over 10,000 active subscribers as of Q3 2022. Spectranet led with 115, 103 active subscribers. No other operator has up to 20,000 active subscribers.
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There were over a hundred Internet Service Providers in Nigeria and only 4 have over 10,000 active subscribers as of Q3 2022. Spectranet led with 115, 103 active subscribers. No other operator has up to 20,000 active subscribers.
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The pump price of petrol in Nigeria increased from ₦189 to ₦617 between May 29, 2023 and July 18, 2023, a 226% increase within two months. The announcement of the removal of petrol subsidy led to a sharp increase in its pump price.

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The pump price of petrol in Nigeria increased from ₦189 to ₦617 between May 29, 2023 and July 18, 2023, a 226% increase within two months. The announcement of the removal of petrol subsidy led to a sharp increase in its pump price.
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The pump price of petrol in Nigeria increased from ₦189 to ₦617 between May 29, 2023 and July 18, 2023, a 226% increase within two months. The announcement of the removal of petrol subsidy led to a sharp increase in its pump price.
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Spectranet had the highest Internet subscribers among the Internet Service Operators (ISOs) in Nigeria as of Q3 2022, accounting for 56.19%. No other operator has up to 10% of the total number of subscribers on ISOs in the country.

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Spectranet had the highest Internet subscribers among the Internet Service Operators (ISOs) in Nigeria as of Q3 2022, accounting for 56.19%. No other operator has up to 10% of the total number of subscribers on ISOs in the country.
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Spectranet had the highest Internet subscribers among the Internet Service Operators (ISOs) in Nigeria as of Q3 2022, accounting for 56.19%. No other operator has up to 10% of the total number of subscribers on ISOs in the country.
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As of February 2023, Airtel had the fastest Internet speed of all mobile operators in Nigeria at 22.42Mbps, followed by MTN with 21.71Mbps, and Glo with 8.70Mbps. 9mobile comes last with a speed of 8.32Mbps. Airtel's speed of 22.42Mbps was about 26% of Starlink's speed.

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As of February 2023, Airtel had the fastest Internet speed of all mobile operators in Nigeria at 22.42Mbps, followed by MTN with 21.71Mbps, and Glo with 8.70Mbps. 9mobile comes last with a speed of 8.32Mbps. Airtel's speed of 22.42Mbps was about 26% of Starlink's speed.
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As of February 2023, Airtel had the fastest Internet speed of all mobile operators in Nigeria at 22.42Mbps, followed by MTN with 21.71Mbps, and Glo with 8.70Mbps. 9mobile comes last with a speed of 8.32Mbps. Airtel's speed of 22.42Mbps was about 26% of Starlink's speed.
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Of the total amount raised by Millionaire West African Startups (MWAS) between 2010 and 2019, startups with all male founders raised $1.4b, accounting for 79.9% and MWAS with at least a female co-founder on the team accounted for 20.1% of the total amount raised.
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Of the total amount raised by Millionaire West African Startups (MWAS) between 2010 and 2019, startups with all male founders raised $1.4b, accounting for 79.9% and MWAS with at least a female co-founder on the team accounted for 20.1% of the total amount raised.
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Of the total amount raised by Millionaire West African Startups (MWAS) between 2010 and 2019, startups with all male founders raised $1.4b, accounting for 79.9% and MWAS with at least a female co-founder on the team accounted for 20.1% of the total amount raised.
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Mobile App transfers increased by 174% to ₦53.21 trillion 20 2021, it also increased by 108% to ₦111.12 trillion in 2022. There was also a charge increase in the volume of funds transfers done on mobile apps. The Central Bank of Nigeria, in its figures, separated Mobile App transfers from those of Mobile Money Operators (MMOs).

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Mobile App transfers increased by 174% to ₦53.21 trillion 20 2021, it also increased by 108% to ₦111.12 trillion in 2022. There was also a charge increase in the volume of funds transfers done on mobile apps. The Central Bank of Nigeria, in its figures, separated Mobile App transfers from those of Mobile Money Operators (MMOs).
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Mobile App transfers increased by 174% to ₦53.21 trillion 20 2021, it also increased by 108% to ₦111.12 trillion in 2022. There was also a charge increase in the volume of funds transfers done on mobile apps. The Central Bank of Nigeria, in its figures, separated Mobile App transfers from those of Mobile Money Operators (MMOs).
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