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Businesses Owned By Students Are Crumbling Under Nigeria’s Economy

As the country’s economic metrics have continued to maintain its upward trend, Nigerian students who combine academics with entrepreneurship are facing setbacks in growing their business. For Twentyten Daily, Quadri Yahya spoke to some of these students facing this hardship. In October 2022, Sarah Adegboyega, who owns a fashion accessories store, was making a profit […]Read More

ADH Twitter Space: Getting Your PVC

ADH Twitter Space is a monthly forum hosted by Orodata Science whose mission is to continue to democratize data, and knowledge towards solutions that impact the lives of millions. The Africa Data Hub (ADH) seeks to support and promote quality access to information, data-driven journalism to facilitate evidence-based decision-making about the pandemic across the continent. The […]Read More

ADH Community Journalism Fellowship (ACJF) Cohort 2 

African Data Hub (ADH) is continuing its Community Journalism Fellowship Programme by announcing the Call for Applications for its second Cohort. This initiative aims to improve the coverage of under-reported issues in local communities across Nigeria, paying special attention to potential solutions with lasting impact towards effective public service delivery, grassroot development and improving the […]Read More

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Profiling NNPP’s Presidential Candidate, Rabiu Kwankwanso

Born on the 21st of October 1956, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso comes from a village located at Madobi, to a Sunni Muslim Fulani family. He attended Kwankwaso Primary School, Gwarzo Boarding Senior Primary School, Wudil Craft School and Kano Technical College after which he proceeded to Kaduna Polytechnic for his National Diploma, and Higher National Diploma. […]Read More

Africa Data Hub Announces First Cohort of It’s Community Journalism

Africa Data Hub is thrilled to announce recipients of the first cohort of the ADH Community Journalism Fellowship. The Africa Data Hub is a reputable and up-to-date source for COVID-19 related data on the African continent. It supports and promotes quality access to information, data-driven journalism to facilitate evidence-based decision-making across the continent. The ADH […]Read More

Profiling AAC’s Presidential Candidate, Omoyele Sowore

Born on the 16th of February 1971, Omoyele Sowore is a Nigerian human rights activist, pro-democracy campaigner, and founder of an online news agency Sahara Reporters. Sowore , who is from Ese-Odo, Ondo State in South West Nigeria, was also raised in a polygamous home with sixteen children. He  studied Geography and Planning at the […]Read More

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Profiling PDP’s Presidential Candidate, Atiku Abubakar 

Atiku Abubakar was born on 25 November 1946 in Jada,  a village which was then under the administration of the British Cameroons before becoming part of Nigeria. He was enrolled in a traditional school system, while growing up due to his father’s opposition for western education. This ideology made his father, Mr Abubakar, spend a […]Read More

#100MillionPresidentialTicket: How Would It Guarantee Equitable Economic Recovery

ADH Twitter Space is a monthly forum hosted by Orodata Science whose mission is to continue to democratize data, and knowledge towards solutions that impact the lives of millions. The Africa Data Hub (ADH) seeks to support and promote quality access to information, data-driven journalism to facilitate evidence-based decision-making about the pandemic across the continent. The […]Read More