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Breaking the code: how women in Nigeria are changing the face of tech
by Tolu Ajiboye
The Guardian Translate This Article
14 August 2017
On 14 August 2017 The Guardian reported:
The Nigerian tech scene is booming. Last year, Lagos-based startup Andela received $24 million in funding from Mark Zuckerberg. In 2015, financial technology startup Paystack -- one of the first Nigerian tech companies to be accepted into renowned California-based startup accelerator Y Combinator -- secured approximately $1.3 million in seed investment from international investors. Within this growth, women are emerging as influential forces, and changing the face of technology in Africa, especially in the fields of agricultural and financial tech.
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