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Incognito Blog: 365 Days Later

On February 14 2023, Incognito Blog published its maiden post on the internet, and since then it has been a series of informative, educative, unfortunate, current, and relevant articles. Our first post was about Rihanna’s Super Bowl performance, this year the Super Bowl stage was graced by American R & B singer, Usher. According to…

California: Helicopter Crash Kills 6

California is the most populous and third largest state in the United States, with over 38 million residents as of 2023. The state boasts of having the largest economy within the country, with over $3.6 trillion USD as its gross state product as of 2022. According to multiple reports, a Eurocopter EC 130 helicopter carrying…

Nigeria: MultiChoice $37.3 Million Tax Settlement

MultiChoice is a satellite television company owned by media conglomerate, MultiChoice Group. The company operates subscriber television services like DStv, GOtv and Showmax, with majority of its subscribers based in Africa. MultiChoice was founded in 1994, boasts of over 20 million African subscribers, and its headquarters is located in Randburg, South Africa. According to recent…

Nigeria: Shell sells Onshore Division

Shell plc is a multinational oil and gas company founded in 1907, with its headquarters located in London, United Kingdom. Shell is an active operator in various oil and gas areas including production, refining, exploration, transportation, trading, and distribution, etc. In 1920, Shell was the largest oil producer in the world. According to recent reports,…

Nigeria: Explosion in Oyo State

Oyo state is located in the southwestern region of Nigeria, and its capital, Ibadan, boasts of being the third most populous city in the Country. Oyo state is notable for having the oldest university in the Country, University of Ibadan, established in 1948. Bordered by Kwara State, Osun State, Ogun State, and the Republic of…

Nigeria: Remembrance Day (2023)

Today, January 15, is marked in the history of Nigeria, as the Armed Forces Remembrance Day (AFRD), commonly referred to as Remembrance Day, to commemorate the veterans and military troops that serve in the Nigerian Armed Forces. On January 15 1970, under General Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigeria received the instrument of surrender from Philip Effiong, the…

Nigeria: JSM Halts Direct Operations

Jubilee syringe manufacturing company, owned by a Turkish national, was established in 2017 with headquarters in Akwa Ibom, Nigeria. It is considered Africa’s largest syringe manufacturing company. According to recent reports, JSM announced a halt in operations in Nigeria due to the negative impact of the current economic conditions on foreign USD-denominated companies and the…

Nigeria: Over 100 Killed in Plateau State

Plateau State is located in the North Central region of Nigeria and is the 12th largest state in the country. It is situated near the country’s center, and boasts of a population of about 3 million people as of 2006. Plateau state is reportedly described as ‘The Home of Peace and Tourism’. According to multiple…

Techstars: $1.44 million African Startup Investment

Techstars is an investment company that provides access to capital, resources, mentorship and technical support for technology driven entrepreneurs and startups. Founded in 2006, the company has supported over 2,900 startups through its accelerator programs. Techstars programs span across Africa, North America, Europe, and the Middle East. According to Techstars, 12 companies have been selected…

Nigeria: P&G Halts Direct Operations

The Procter & Gamble Company, commonly known as P&G, is an American multinational consumer goods corporation founded in 1837 with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The company specializes in a wide range of household products, personal care items, and cosmetics, with notable brands such as Pampers, Oral-B, Always sanitary pads, and Gillette shaving sticks in…

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