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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 1:10pm On Apr 14, 2021
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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 1:12pm On Apr 14, 2021
^^^^^^^^^^^

Where is the little Twitter rental office in Ghana and their 11 kpininshi people



Low self-esteem and inferiority complex people.



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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by TOPCRUISE(m): 1:13pm On Apr 14, 2021
plaindealer:







Ghana can keep that tinny little twitter.

God Bless Facebook.

God Bless Nigeria.


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Nigeria will have nothing until free speech is guaranteed. God bless Twitter. God Bless Ghana

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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 1:16pm On Apr 14, 2021
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TOPCRUISE:

Nigeria will have nothing until free speech is guaranteed. God bless Twitter. God Bless Ghana
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What else is new.?


Why Lagos (in Nigeria) is Africa’s Silicon Valley

https://www.startupgrind.com/blog/why-lagos-in-nigeria-is-africas-silicon-valley/


Oya, read and cry and move to Ghana to cry for them in Ghana.


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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by TOPCRUISE(m): 1:17pm On Apr 14, 2021
These thread is full of Consolation greetings of God bless Nigeria. Hin pain all of us and most of us are comforting ourselves with God bless Nigeria. As if God curse Nigeria before
Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by TOPCRUISE(m): 1:22pm On Apr 14, 2021
plaindealer:
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What else is new.?





Oya, read and cry and move to Ghana to cry for them in Ghana.[/s]


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Consolation News! Go get an handkerchief to wipe away the tears wink
Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by Memberclub(m): 1:23pm On Apr 14, 2021
vaxx:
hope you know Facebook Africa operational office is located in South Africa, what we have in Nigeria and Kenya is regional office . they still end up forwarding their annual report to the headquater in south Africa . And agian, Just a reminder, apart from #Twitter, Google also has its Artificial Intelligence (AI) lab in Africa located in Accra, Ghana. that is the first of its kind in Africa

Ghana is fast becoming the technological hub of Africa despite its liitle population.

Technological hub indeed Lmao grin
Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 1:25pm On Apr 14, 2021
TOPCRUISE:
These thread is full of Consolation greetings of God bless Nigeria. Hin pain all of us and most of us are comforting ourselves with God bless Nigeria. As if God curse Nigeria before


African tech startup funding passes $700m in record-breaking 2020

Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Egypt remain emphatically Africa’s “big four” from a funding perspective, accounting for 77 per cent of funded startups and 89.2 per cent of total investment. [b]Nigeria (85)[/b

https://disrupt-africa.com/2021/01/21/african-tech-startup-funding-passes-700m-in-record-breaking-2020/


Oya, see consolation.

Ghana is even miles away from the 4 major players in Africa, Ghana is still in the small boys league.

The above report was from 2020 and we already received more TECH funding in one month of this year alone than the whole of 2020.

Yes, go and console them in Ghana with their small Twitter rental office with 11 ghost workers.


Yes, God Bless Nigeria.



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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 1:28pm On Apr 14, 2021
TOPCRUISE:

Consolation News! Go get an handkerchief to wipe away the tears wink


Why Lagos (in Nigeria) is Africa’s Silicon Valley

https://www.startupgrind.com/blog/why-lagos-in-nigeria-is-africas-silicon-valley/


Yes, we thank God for the consolation that Nigeria is Africa's Silicon Valley and not Ghana and their little twitter rental office.

God Bless Nigeria.


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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by PetroDolla2020: 1:36pm On Apr 14, 2021
PURE RUBBISH grin





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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 1:43pm On Apr 14, 2021
Most African YC-backed startups in today’s batch are focused on fintech



This is the accelerator’s third online demo day, its second all-virtual class and remote pitch session following its decision to go fully remote from the previous batch (Summer 2020).

A total of 319 companies pitched today from 41 countries drawing attention from more than 2,400 investors. However, only ten African startups pitched and similar to other batches; most of them are fintechs.

Other startups offer e-commerce fulfillment, edtech and B2B food marketplace services. Five startups represent Nigeria; three are from Egypt, and one each from the Ivory Coast and Kenya. Here’s what they are building.



Dayra (Egypt)

Djamo (Ivory Coast)

Kidato (Kenya)

Flux (Nigeria)

NowPay (Egypt)

Mono (Nigeria)

Prospa (Nigeria)


Flextock (Egypt)

Sendbox (Nigeria)

Vendease (Nigeria)



https://techcrunch.com/2021/03/23/most-african-yc-backed-startups-in-todays-batch-are-focused-on-fintech/

Out of the YC-backed startups in 2021, Nigerian startups collected 5, that is 50%, that is the majority of the slots, small Ghana and their little twitter rental office no even show face.

This is Niaja POWER.

This is the GIANT of Africa dominating and monopolizing the TECH space in Africa.

Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 1:44pm On Apr 14, 2021
^^^^^^^^^

Ghana is not even relevant in the TECH world, they are not even in the TECH big boys level/



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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by justtoodark: 1:51pm On Apr 14, 2021
Franzinni:
tiny ghana is better than the whole nigeria ... There is no partisan politics we are in a shit hole ...

Why did obama not Bother to branch nigeria too .. ? The name nigeria only brings bad images .. if we decide to live like this, then we should not complain when we get treated like. This....


Dress how you want to be addressed period

wetin you dey yarn....??

have you forgotin soo quick how they disgraced jonathan....??
you had to transport money in private jet to buy weapons in black market....

now,that has changed....now they want nigeria to buy their weapons....but you are still not happy....
jonathan as president,america wouldnt have agreed to sell tucanos to you....

stop been soo freakin nice and play game....
nobody likes a weakling....
Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by Nyanabo(m): 1:52pm On Apr 14, 2021
Use ahm console yourself grin


plaindealer:







Ghana can keep that tinny little twitter.

God Bless Facebook.

God Bless Nigeria.


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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 1:54pm On Apr 14, 2021
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Nyanabo:
Use ahm console yourself grin


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I take you and your crocodile tears seriously when Ghana reaches our level or even the big boys level in Africa.

They need your tears in Ghana.

Poor you.

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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by justtoodark: 1:56pm On Apr 14, 2021
WILLuKPquiet:


So that your Fulani headlessmen should kidnap them?

No foreign company is coming here. Those that have been here are moving out.
Manage DSTV and Shorprite .

sooner or later,ghana will have the same insecurity too....
have you forgotin that ghana borders all those northern african nations too that are not secure....??

let ghana keep on measurin dicks....na the same them will cry to nigeria for help when things get out of hand....

now they have rest because nigeria is a bigger bounty....when this bandits see that they have no chance in nigeria,they will concentrate on smaller and weaker nations....

btw,ghana has a muslim population too....

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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by richeeyo(m): 1:56pm On Apr 14, 2021
obo389:
Nigerian government seriously needs to wake up on their lackadaisical attitude on governance.
In broad day light, it's safe to say Ghana is currently feasting on Nigeria lunch.
Na Nigeria get Twitter ni
Abi u don high
If. You get such an amount can u invest in where they kill, kidnap, every single day, filled with gunmen, bandits, herdsmen, terrorists

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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 2:02pm On Apr 14, 2021
Fintech leaders in Africa

In early 2020, figures showed that VC funding for African fintech startups had risen by 51% with funding being generated for virtual banking projects, consumer credit checks and finance apps. Later in the year, reports announced more growth, as new fintechs raised almost $350 million during the first quarter of 2020.

South Africa led the way with $112m in investments, followed by Nigeria, which raised $74m, Kenya at $62m and Egypt at $51m.


Meanwhile, Branch, a Nigerian mobile lending app, raised $260m in funding and has facilitated $350m in loans to date. A recent report by McKinsey also highlighted that fintech investments in Nigeria have grown by 197% over the past three years, with the majority of investment coming from outside the country.

https://www.fintechmagazine.com/financial-services-finserv/africa-next-big-hub-fintech


Per FINTECH leaders in AFRICA in 2020, Nigeria was 2nd behind SA with $112 in investments, but within a month, in March, we received over $200 million in FINTECH investment, more almost double what SA raised in one year and the year is not even halfway yet.

One single TECH company in Nigeria alone in one month this year raised $170 million, one single company, flutterwave.

Who is the TECH bigotry in Africa?

Nigeria, the GIANT of Africa.

And where is Ghana in the picture in Africa? Nowhere to be found...


God Bless Nigeria.

Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 2:09pm On Apr 14, 2021
richeeyo:

Na Nigeria get Twitter ni
Abi u don high
If. You get such an amount can u invest in where they kill, kidnap, every single day, filled with gunmen, bandits, herdsmen, terrorists


Nigerian Startups Secure More Funding In A Single Month Than Whole Of 2020


In a month tech investors decided to open their investment wallets in an unusual manner, five Nigerian startups have found themselves raising $202 million. It is the most investment in a single month since 2019 and beats the whole money raised in 2020.


Flutterwave opened the month of March with a $170 million Series C funding that pushed its valuation to over $1 million; Havenhill Nigeria Limited, a clean energy company raised $4.5 million on the same day as Flutterwave; Kuda Bank followed with $25 million; Termii and Kwik came a day later announcing raising $1.4 million and $1.7 million respectively.

This is the most funding closed in a month since the $200 million investment by Visa in Interswitch. Although Paystack pulled in $200 in the deal with Stripe in October 2020, it is an outright acquisition and so does not count as funding.

The $202 million funding is even more impressive as it eclipses the record of the entire investment in 2020 when about 82 Nigerian startups could only haul in $170 million.

https://innovation-village.com/nigerian-startups-secure-more-funding-in-a-single-month-than-whole-of-2020/



Unfortunately for you, we received more TECH investment in one month this year than the whole of last year, ahead of all the BIG 4 in Africa which Ghana can only dream of.

Sit there and keep peddling your bandit rubbish while we keep dominating the TECH space in Africa.

The joke is on you because investors no send you and your hateful and bitter kind.



God Bless Nigeria

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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by Germi9: 2:10pm On Apr 14, 2021
obo389:
Nigerian government seriously needs to wake up on their lackadaisical attitude on governance.
In broad day light, it's safe to say Ghana is currently feasting on Nigeria lunch.
it's not nigeria,its buhari
Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by justtoodark: 2:11pm On Apr 14, 2021
i dont even care about facebook or twitter sef....lazy people....

sittin around in a room makin money of other peoples sweat,i have no respect....

what piss me off is,this lazy maggots talkin about more free speech in ghana....
in fact nigeria tolerates too much free speech sef....
Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 2:16pm On Apr 14, 2021
The top Fintech startups in Africa today


Flutterwave

Founded in Lagos, Nigeria Flutterwave is one of the most successful mobile payments startups today with headquarters in San Francisco in the U.S. The company that was launched in 2016 has become one of the fastest-growing fintechs in Africa and one of the most funded startups of 2020. It recently closed a huge deal this year of $170 million valuing it at Unicorn status that is more than $1 billion.


https://techrafiki.com/the-top-fintech-startups-in-africa-today/



Number 1. Flutterwave-Nigeria

$1 Billion market Valuation.

Unicorn status



NG POWER.


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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by Ifedichi1: 2:17pm On Apr 14, 2021
Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 2:20pm On Apr 14, 2021
Germi9:

it's not nigeria,its buhari




Nigerian Startups Secure More Funding In A Single Month Than Whole Of 2020


In a month tech investors decided to open their investment wallets in an unusual manner, five Nigerian startups have found themselves raising $202 million. It is the most investment in a single month since 2019 and beats the whole money raised in 2020.


Flutterwave opened the month of March with a $170 million Series C funding that pushed its valuation to over $1 million; Havenhill Nigeria Limited, a clean energy company raised $4.5 million on the same day as Flutterwave; Kuda Bank followed with $25 million; Termii and Kwik came a day later announcing raising $1.4 million and $1.7 million respectively.

This is the most funding closed in a month since the $200 million investment by Visa in Interswitch. Although Paystack pulled in $200 in the deal with Stripe in October 2020, it is an outright acquisition and so does not count as funding.

The $202 million funding is even more impressive as it eclipses the record of the entire investment in 2020 when about 82 Nigerian startups could only haul in $170 million.

https://innovation-village.com/nigerian-startups-secure-more-funding-in-a-single-month-than-whole-of-2020/



Yes, we thank Buhari for making Nigeria the TECH KING in Africa

We thank Buhari for making our TECH companies collect the largest TECH investment in one month this year than we collected in the whole of last and the year is not even halfway over.

We thank God and Buhari.

God Bless Bigeria.
Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 2:23pm On Apr 14, 2021
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Ifedichi1:


Sorry for yourself
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When you are done feeling sorry for yourself and rid your body of hatred, bitterness and bigotry.
Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by Latvin: 2:23pm On Apr 14, 2021
TOPCRUISE:

Nigeria will have nothing until free speech is guaranteed. God bless Twitter. God Bless Ghana

And the same Twitter banned Trump, right? So much for free speech.
Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 2:26pm On Apr 14, 2021
This year is the best year for the Nigerian TECH industry, we are beating the BIG 4 in Africa and we've raised more investments in one month than they raised in the whole of last year so why even worry about irrelevant Ghana that is not even part of the small league in Africa?

Inferiority complex and low self-esteem is a biatthc for real...


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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 2:31pm On Apr 14, 2021
Latvin:


And the same Twitter banned Trump, right? So much for free speech.


Don't mind the silly hypocrites, it's cancel culture.
'
They pick and choose free speech when it suits them.

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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by Franzinni: 2:40pm On Apr 14, 2021
justtoodark:


wetin you dey yarn....??

have you forgotin soo quick how they disgraced jonathan....??
you had to transport money in private jet to buy weapons in black market....

now,that has changed....now they want nigeria to buy their weapons....but you are still not happy....
jonathan as president,america wouldnt have agreed to sell tucanos to you....

stop been soo freakin nice and play game....
nobody likes a weakling....
well strong man ... The strongest strong man ... What do you want to do about the way they test you ? As you think your con-tree can muscle it's way through anything ... Comon ghana is excelling in everything while your glorious strong imbecilic excuse for a nation is as retarded as the name implies ... Strong man in chains and shackles is a useless strong man Sir.

And what I am saying is ... Ghana is a weakling abi? But ghana is now the giant of west africa while the self proclaimed excuse for a faint is still sitting bare arse in the mud, playing with feaces. Wake up and see the world passing by....please!!!
Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by plaindealer: 2:44pm On Apr 14, 2021
Franzinni:
well strong man ... The strongest strong man ... What do you want to do about the way they test you ? As you think your con-tree can muscle it's way through anything ... Comon ghana is excelling in everything while your glorious strong imbecilic excuse for a nation is as retarded as the name implies ... Strong man in chains and shackles is a useless strong man Sir.

And what I am saying is ... Ghana is a weakling abi? But ghana is now the giant of west africa while the self proclaimed excuse for a faint is still sitting bare arse in the mud, playing with feaces. Wake up and see the world passing by....please!!!


Nigeria's GDP - $446 Billion.

Ghana's GDP - $66 Billion.

According to ignorant Igbos.

Ghana can not even survive without access to goods and services from Nigeria.

Do you people even read the silly and ignorant rubbish you type before posting?

Comedians

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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by richeeyo(m): 2:45pm On Apr 14, 2021
plaindealer:







Unfortunately for you, we received more TECH investment in one month this year than the whole of last year, ahead of all the BIG 4 in Africa which Ghana can only dream of.

Sit there and keep peddling your bandit rubbish while we keep dominating the TECH space in Africa.

The joke is on you because investors no send you and your hateful and bitter kind.



God Bless Nigeria

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Re: Twitter: Why We Chose Ghana Over Nigeria, Others by Franzinni: 2:46pm On Apr 14, 2021
plaindealer:





According to ignorant Igbos.

Ghana can not even survive without access to goods and services from Nigeria.

Do you people even read the silly and ignorant rubbish you type before posting?

Comedians

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but they still excel ... If not for oil what else is keeping nigeria afloat ? ... Haha apc foot soldier.

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