Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Apple and Microsoft collaborate on new iCloud for Windows app

Apple and Microsoft have been cooperating on another iCloud application for Windows 10. While iCloud has dependably been accessible on Windows, this new application is accessible in the Microsoft Store and incorporates a sync include that depends on a similar tech behind OneDrive's Files On-Demand highlight. This implies you would now be able to get to iCloud...

Meet John Kibunga, Kenyan billionaire who dumped his oil shares worth $800,000 in exchange for hot avocados hoping he can make a killing in China

Kenyan Billionaire investor John Kibunga Kimani has ceased being one of the biggest oil investors in the country after he exited Total Kenya leaving French conglomerate Total SA as the remaining largest shareholder. Mr. Kibunga sold his three million Total Kenya shares worth Sh80 million ($800,000), which he has held for years...

American musician, Jay–Z becomes first rapper billionaire

Forbes has named American music mogul, Shawn Corey Carter, known professionally as Jay–Z, as the richest musician in the world. The rapper is now the first rapper to become a billionaire. “It’s clear that Jay-Z has accumulated a fortune that conservatively totals $1 billion, making him one of only a handful...

Meet Oba Otudeko; investor, philanthropist and CEO Honeywell Group

Oba Otudeko (Ayoola Obafoluke Otudeko) is an accomplished entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist who has contributed immensely to Nigeria’s economy. He is an astute investor whose investment cuts across different sectors of the economy. Oba Otedeko is chairman of Honeywell Group, a diversified industrial, trading and investment conglomerate. He...

Meet Stella Okoli, A pharmacist, philanthropist and CEO Of Emzor pharmaceuticals

Stella Okoli is an entrepreneur, a pharmacist and a philanthropist. She is the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Emzor Pharmaceutical Industries Limited; a leading indigenous pharmaceutical company. When you look at Dr. Stella Okoli, what you see is sheer determination and a strong will that can accomplish whatever it sets her...

Prof Jibril Aminu,Nigeria’s most versatile icon

If Experience ever had a child, definitely it should be the versatile and well accomplished Professor Aminu Jibril, whose name rings a bell in every sector of human endeavour. Spanning across the medical world, investments, national and international politics, service to the nation, to mention but a few. Indeed this is a classic...

Meet Mohammed Indimi, Oil Mogul and Founder Of Oriental Energy

Alhaji Mohammed Indimi is a Nigeria based oil mogul, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the founder and chairman of Oriental Energy Resources Limited, a privately owned oil exploration and production company. Even though he had a deprived childhood, he worked hard to become one of the most successful businessmen in Africa. His philanthropic gestures...

Meet Hakeem Belo-Osagie, The billionaire who started his career as a petroleum economist and later built successful businesses in the fields of energy, finance and telecoms

Hakeem Belo-Osagie According to Henry David Thoreau "Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it." As all progress takes place outside the comfort zone. This is the case of Hakeem Belo-Osagie, the  Nigerian businessman and Chairman of Metis Capital Partners, an organisation that focuses on brokering and delivering...

Meet Akin Alabi, the Nigerian billionaire who started his career as an internet marketer and today has one of the biggest betting platform in Nigeria

According to Calvin Coolidge "All growth depends upon activity. There is no development physically or intellectually without effort, and effort means work.” Hence, those at the top of the mountain didn't fall there. The aforesaid therefore reflects the success story of Otunba Akin Alabi, a productive minded Nigerian entrepreneur. Known today as the founder...

Meet Patrick Ngowi, Who Built A Multi-Million Dollar Business From Solar Energy

Stable electricity in Africa remains the continent’s greatest energy problem. Most cities run on less than 4 hours of electricity a day, and this results in an uninterrupted derail of productivity and many other activities. People can’t study in darkness. Factories have problems running their machines, because of the extreme cost of procuring and...

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