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Martin Eson-Benjamin, Director, Enterprise Group

Mr. Martin Eson-Benjamin is the CEO of the Millennium Development Authority of Ghana (MiDA), the accountable entity for Ghana’s Millennium Challenge Account Programme. Martin worked with Kumasi Brewery Ltd, a subsidiary of UAC Ghana Limited from 1972-1981 and moved to Unilever Ghana Limited from 1982 to 1995, and rose to […]

Coming Soon: Digital Dream
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Coming Soon: Digital Dream

At PageOne, we set out to make a difference in our society. To do this, we will need to go out of our comfort zone. We will need to touch lives of many Nigerians in a small but very significant way. Digital Dream ‘DD’ is one of the ways we […]

PageOne Twitter Chat With Social Lender
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PageOne Twitter Chat With Social Lender

In the past few months, Social Lender, a fintech startup that provides soft loan to people using their social media mileage has been getting all the positive vibes. Apart from the novelty of their idea, Social Lender was nominated amongst the top 10 startups in the first ever Techstars Barclays […]

Coming Soon: @PageOne_NG Twitter Chat
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Coming Soon: @PageOne_NG Twitter Chat

At PageOne we started with a philosophy to push the boundaries of innovation, create positive conversation in the Nigerian tech and business ecosystem. We will be starting our Twitter Chat series. We want to share ideas with the best minds in digital entrepreneurship, startups,inventors, investors and opinion leaders in the […]

Follow Up: 705k Applied For 10k Police Job
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Follow Up: 705k Applied For 10k Police Job

Last week PageOne reported that the ongoing police recruitment clocked 500k applicants who applied on the Internet. It seems the situation is bigger than what everyone expected. The Director General of the Nigeria Police Service Commission, Mike Okiro, confirmed that the final figure was 705 352 applications received. This seemingly […]

This Startup Is A Fraud
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This Startup Is A Fraud

Many Nigerians have not gotten over the billions of Naira, NGN they lost to the stock market crash of 2008 and some not too legal financial products sold to millions of Nigerians as high-yield investments with guarantee returns. Well, eight years on, there seems to be a resurgence of Ponzi […]