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Mastercard Foundation President, Reeta Roy to speak at the 2019 Social Innovators Programme and Awards in Lagos

  The 2019 Social Innovators Programme and Awards (SIPA) on November 14, 2019, at Shell Hall, MUSON Centre will be opened by Keynote Speaker, Reeta Roy the President and CEO of Mastercard Foundation. Reeta Roy will be speaking extensively on this year’s theme “People Profit Planet: The Tripartite Win” to advance the Triple Bottom Line (TBL) framework and the possibilities

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The Future Awards Africa Class of 2019 #TFAA2019!

The Future Awards Africa (previously known as The Future Awards), are a set of awards given by The Future Project (TFP), a social enterprise communications firm affiliated to Red Africa. The awards celebrate young people between the ages of 18 and 31, who have made outstanding achievement in the year under consideration.  Forbes has described the awards as “Nigeria’s most important awards for outstanding young Nigerians”. The

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Instagram Now Supports Dark Mode On iOS 13 — Here’s How To Enable It

Instagram is rolling out a dark mode option, the latest major app to latch onto the eye-strain-reducing, battery-saving, chic-looking trend that’s sweeping the globe. The photo-sharing app’s new appearance is similar to its rivals’: The Facebook-owned social media platform has updated its app for iOS 13 with support for dark mode. The setting is an extension of iOS‘ system-wide dark mode, and Instagram has

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7UP HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP 2019 WINNER UNVEILED

Seven-Up Bottling Company Limited (SBC) makers of Pepsi, 7Up, Teem, Mirinda, Mountain Dew, Aquafina, and H2Oh! have restated its commitment to consistently invest in the Nigerian youth. At the unveiling of Miss Anyanwu Maureen Uzoamaka as the recipient of the 7Up Harvard Business School MBA Scholarship for 2019, Managing Director of SBC, Mr. Ziad Maloof said the future of Nigeria

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Instagram Is Now Testing The Hide Photo ‘like’ Counts in 7 countries

Instagram can take quite the toll on the mental health of its users, particularly the young ones. The struggle to keep up with the highlight reels of your friends and internet celebrities can be exhausting, after all. But Instagram and its owner, Facebook, are working to ameliorate some of this stress by hiding how many likes your photos get from other users

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