Get Ready For Digital Revolution – Latest Trends To Look Out For In 2023


2023 promises to be an exciting year for digital innovation, with a plethora of new digital trends that are sure to revolutionize the way we interact with technology. As technology continues to advance, it is becoming increasingly important for businesses and individuals alike to keep up with the latest trends in order to stay competitive. From artificial intelligence to augmented reality, here’s a sneak peek at some of the most innovative digital trends to expect in 2023. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: Two areas that will be particularly advanced are Artificial Intelligence (AI) and 5G. AI and Machine Learning (ML)

How Social Media Distort Children’s Sense Of Self-Image 


The Internet, having undergone numerous evolutions in the past four decades, has evolved from a mere platform for simple click-and-drag games to a vast, interconnected network of individuals, communities and information. It has become a primary means of self-expression, brand promotion and sharing one’s passions with the world, encompassing a wide range of sections including entertainment, education, trends and lifestyles, among others. While this ease of access has enabled parents to use the Internet to keep their children engaged and teach them vital skills, it has also presented a host of challenges, particularly in relation to the impact of social

Utomi Urges INEC To Extend Deadline For Collection Of PVCs


Chairman of the Big Tent Coalition of political parties and CSOs for the Obi-Datti campaign organisation, Prof. Pat Utomi, has urged the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), to extend the dateline for registered voters to collect their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs). Utomi made the call on Saturday, January 28, 2023, at the Big Tent’s grassroots engagement for the Obi-Datti movement in Lagos The group had another round of the Clean-Up Nigeria Project in Lagos to promote a culture of cleanliness of mind, body and environment. The Professor of Political Economy stated that there is no “justification of ending the PVC

Ikonne: Abia PDP Zones Guber Seat To Isiala Ngwa North


Abia State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has zoned its gubernatorial seat for the 2023 general elections to Isiala Ngwa North Local Government Area of the state According to a statement signed by Hon. Abraham Amah, Abia PDP Vice Chairman/Acting State Publicity Secretary, the decision was taken after a meeting of the Abia PDP State Caucus on Sunday, 29th January, 2023. READ ALSO: How To Check And Confirm Your PVC Online This is part of the move to replace the governorship candidate in Abia State, Prof. Eleazar Uche Ikonne, who died on 25th January 2023. The Independent National Electoral

Why We Were Evicted Early From Big Brother Titans – T-traw, Sandra


The first evictions of the maiden edition of the Big Brother Titans was witnessed on Sunday evening as the duo of Theo T-traw and Sandra Essien became the first housemates to go home, Prime Business Africa reports

Cervical Cancer: Early Detection Saves Life – Expert 

Women have been advised to regularly go for cervical cancer screening as early detection can save lives. A health worker at Arakale Health Centre, Akure, Ondo State, Ilemobayo Wuraola gave the advice during a cancer awareness campaign for women attending the Family Planning (PF) in the clinic. READ ALSO: New Cancer Vaccines Raise Hope She sensitised the women to the dangers of cervical cancer and the importance of going for regular screening to detect the disease early so that appropriate measures can be taken to save life. “Cervical cancer screening is important for early detection of the disease, and women of

Naira Redesign Targeted At Curbing Counterfeit, Illicit Funds Hoarding – Buhari


As Nigerians grapple with the naira redesign and cash withdrawal limit policies introduced by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), President Muhammadu Buhari has said measures were being put in place to ensure that the citizens are not affected in their businesses and no disruption is caused to the entire supply chain arising from the ongoing currency swap. This comes as Nigerians battle to meet up with the deadline for phasing out the old ₦1,000, ₦500 and ₦200 notes set by the CBN. The development has caused long queues of people waiting for hours in banks for their turn to


The Centre for the Promotion of Private Enterprise [CPPE] has expressed serious concern that the failure to extend the deadline for the currency swap could put N100 trillion component of the national GDP at risk. Dr Muda Yusuf, the former Director General of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) who now runs the Centre for the Promotion of Private Enterprise (CPPE), told Prime Business Africa on Sunday that the 10 days extension granted by the Central Bank of Nigeria would not be enough to mitigate the negative impact of   programme on Nigerians and their businesses. “I just got

Djokovic Clinches Men’s Australian Open Title, Equals Rafael Nadal’s Grand Slam Record


Novak Djokovic on Sunday in Melbourne won the 2023 Australian Open after beating Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-3 7-6 (7-4) 7-6 (7-5) in the men's, singles final.

President Buhari Sets Kano Industry On The March With 10MW Solar Energy – Garba Shehu 


For an electricity distribution area, Kano Electricity Distribution Company (KEDCO) that gets between 250-360 Megawatts, on a day by day basis, many will dismiss the commissioning of the 10MW, Challawa Kano Solar Power Project as inconsequential. Yet, in terms of both significance and consequential impact, this power plant, the first of its kind in Nigeria is a game-changer in many respects. It is important to note that this is the largest grid-connected solar power plant in the country so far. Not only this, it is a pointer to growth in the power sector and a strong and unambiguous message that

Naira Redesign: Commuters Stranded As Traders, Artisans Reject Old Notes In Enugu

Unavailability of the new naira notes has caused palpable uneasiness among commuters in parts of Enugu State. Traders, artisans and POS operators have stopped collecting old notes for almost a week now for fear of getting stock with them. Some have turned the situation into an opportunity to make brisk business as they manage to get the new notes and hawk in the markets and streets. Prime Business Africa gathered that some POS operators who accept old notes charge higher fees for transaction. For every ₦10,000 transaction ₦1,000  and even higher is charged for the old notes This is similar

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