In today’s videocast, I discuss why Nigeria tech firms are going to Kenya. Wakanow and Mall for Africa just opened Kenya services, joining others like Wild Fusion, Jumia and Andela in the East African nation. For most of these companies, Nairobi is like the second state in Nigeria, after Lagos, owing to some promising indicators in that city. It does make sense that after Lagos, one has to focus on Nairobi because Port Harcourt and Abuja do not really get it and cannot compete in the league of Lagos and Nairobi.
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