Nigeria Journalism Network

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"Our goal is to become the first stop for information about the Continent of Africa. Nigeria Information Network (NigeriaInfonet) was officially launched on June 12, 2000. This is a search engine designed specifically to bring people to the Nigeria world of resources. Step in and explore the World full of resources and imagination. is here to help promote the diverse topics of Sites covered by Businesses, Media, Organisations and individuals located around the world who have an Nigeria related internet website and companies that are targeting the continent's populace and resources. We are here to give you the opportunity to make more people aware of your website, whatever subject matter you cover."
" is a KEK Technology Inc. company based in Bowie Maryland USA and Lagos Nigeria. The Company is headed by Olatokunboh (Toks) Kuti a Bowie State College graduate. Toks (Software Engineer) is a current employee of Verizon Telecommunications (formerly Bell Atlantic) with over Fourteen years service in Yellow Pages and Information Systems combined. A former member of International Who-is-Who of Professional Management and also a member of National Alumni Association:Bowie Maryland Chapter. The Vice is Ms S. Edwards also a Bowie State University graduate. She is also with Verizon Information Services (formerly Bell Atlantic Yellow Pages) with over Thirteen years service- together they have a total of 26 years of service with the Telecommunication Giant
"Our Lagos, Nigeria Office is headed by Ms. J. A. Samuel-Odiadi (Attorney-At-Law). Jacqueline as Managing Director oversees the marketing of our Services and Products to the Nigeria up and coming Technology Market. She is also a Principal Associate at Samuel J. O. & Associates, a Lagos Based Law Firm." [1]

USAID Connection

"This is a project that was initiated by The Institute of World Affairs (IWA) in cooperation with Global Communication Solutions (GCS). The project is funded by USAID's Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI) and is designed to create a network of journalists in Nigeria committed to strengthening the media and promoting democracy." [2]

Also see USAID/OTI Nigeria Field Report