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Top 10 tech-hubs that’s affordable for Lagos Startups

Here is an exclusive list of some of the leading yet affordable hubs to check out when you eventually resolve to tap from the endless benefits in work-space sharing.

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LEADPATH HUB

Tech hubs are fast becoming alluring characteristic features in major cities in Nigeria. Aside affording users (startup owners and entrepreneurs) a unique opportunity to basic needs to grow and develop their business and idea, it also exposes them to the latest tool in the industry at a pocket-friendly cost.

With more tech hubs springing up daily in Lagos, here is an exclusive list of some of the leading yet affordable hubs to check out when you eventually resolve to tap from the endless benefits in work-space sharing.

Co-creation Hub (CcHUB)

CCHUB

Address: 294 Herbert Macaulay Way, Yaba 101212, Lagos

Hours: 7AM9PM

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Phone: 01 295 0555

Price: N17, 500 per month

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Address: 8 Montgomery Rd, Sabo yaba 100001, Lagos

Hours: 7AM9PM

Email: [email protected]

Venia Business Hub

Venia Hub

Address: Plot 8 The Providence St, Lekki Phase I, Lekki

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Hours: 7AM6PM

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Phone: 0809 111 8902

Price: 25k – 30k, depending on package and facility.

LeadSpace Ojodu

Leadspace

Address: No 17, Akinsanya street Ojodu Berger, Beside FRSC, 100213

Hours: 7AM7PM

Phone: 0816 245 1670

Price: N25k – N35k, depending on package and facility.

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Passion Incubator

PASSION INCUBATOR

Address: 70 Olonode St, Alagomeji-Yaba 100001, Lagos

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Hours: 7AM7PM

Phone: 0703 357 9178

Price: 35k – 40k, depending on package and facility.

LeadPath Nigeria

LEADPATH NIGERIA

Address: 70 Olonode St, Alagomeji-Yaba 100001, Lagos

Hours: 7AM7PM

Email: [email protected]

Wennovation Hub

WENNOVATION HUB

Address: 76, Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja, 250011, Lagos

Hours: 7am6PM

Phone: 0909 000 2648

Price: N16k flat.

Zone Tech Park

Zonetech park

Address: Plot 9 Gbagada Industrial Scheme, Beside UPS, Gbagada Expressway

Hours: 7AM7PM

Phone: 0903 041 1878

Nicademia Hub

NICADEMIA HUB

Address: 315, Herbert Macaulay Way, Yaba 101212, Lagos

Hours: 7am7PM

Phone: 08099447049

Price: N10k flat

iDEA Hub

iDEA HUB

Address: iDEA Hub, Herbert Macaulay Way, Sabo yaba 101212, Lagos

Hours: 7am4PM

Phone: 0809 078 0170

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Olawale

    June 7, 2019 at 6:24 pm

    Adding subscription fee would have been great, Well done

  2. Odenore Abraham

    June 8, 2019 at 9:29 pm

    What’s the subscription fee

  3. Ogbosuka Chris

    October 16, 2020 at 3:25 am

    Would be nice to have hubs as this in other places like Surulere. Lots of young visionary minds are there as well. A hub outside of the regular area of concentration(location wise) would attract a lot of attention and patronage.

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NFF receives $1 million from FIFA as COVID-19 palliative

Nigerian Football Federation received the sum of $1 million from FIFA as COVID-19 palliative.

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The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) has received the sum of $1 million from FIFA as COVID-19 palliative to support male and female footballers in the country.

This was disclosed by Amaju Pinnick in a statement confirming the receipt of the grant from the world football governing federation FIFA, which was seen by Nairametrics on his official Twitter handle.

READ: DEAL: Nigerian Breweries and NFF sign sponsorship agreement

He tweeted, “Huge appreciation to football’s world governing body, FIFA for the $1 million (one million dollars) the Federation has received in the frame of COVID-19 palliatives. The money was received by the Nigeria Football Federation and we re-confirmed the purpose from FIFA two days ago.

“It is imperative to note that, FIFA also sent $600,000 to the Federation for the FIFA Forward 2.0 projects in Binin-Kebbi and Ugborodo, which costs $300,000 each.

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“This fund is a big boost for the mini-stadia projects in both centres, as it will fast track the completion of the projects slated for the end of March 2021.”

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What they are saying

Speaking on the receipt of the grant, NFF President said:
The $1 million for palliatives is composed of $500,000 for men’s football and $500,000 for the women’s game. FIFA has also promised to send the Federation an additional $500,000 sometime in January 2021, also as part of COVID-19 palliative efforts.

READ: Football: Manchester United net debt rises by 133% to £474.1million

Speaking of other grants, he added:
On the continent, we have received confirmation from Confederation of African Football (CAF) that the Federation will receive the expected $300,000 from the Confederation on or before Sunday, the 1st of November.”

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With the $200,000, he added that the NFF has already ring-fenced from its sponsors’ funds for the purpose, “the coast will then be clear for us to start the disbursement of funds to the beneficiaries, as captured in our approved template, from next week.”

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READ: MTN Nigeria posts N975.76 billion revenue for Q3 2020

Even though we are bolstered by the guidelines from FIFA strictly outlying the purposes of these funds as well as the approval of the NFF Executive Board, we will also interface with our auditors, PricewaterhouseCoopers, on each and every line item, to ensure the disbursements conform to global best practices.

The beneficiaries of the fund are expected to ensure 100% compliance to the guidelines, by ensuring that all funds are paid into designated accounts.

READ: Togo, Niger, Benin remit N2.04 billion to Nigeria for power supply

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Togo, Niger, Benin remit N2.04 billion to Nigeria for power supply

Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission says international electricity customers remitted the sum of N2.04billion to Nigeria in three months.

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Nigeria’s international electricity customers – Togo, Niger, and Benin, remitted the sum of N2.04billion in the first quarter of 2020, as their outstanding electricity bill to the Market Operator (MO) of the sector in Nigeria.

This was found in the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission 2020 first quarter report, which was released recently.

According to the report, a total of N4.05billion ($13.22million) invoices were issued by the MO to international customers including Societe Nigerienne d’electricite or NIGELEC; Societe Beninoise d’Energie Electrique (SBEE); and Compagnie Energie Electrique du Togo (CEET).

The commission stated that during the quarter, NIGELEC made a payment of ₦1.61billion ($5.27million) as part of its outstanding bills for the energy received from NBET and services rendered by the MO.

It stated, “Similarly, SBEE paid ₦0.43billion ($1.39million) in respect of services received from MO.

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“It was noteworthy that tariff shortfall (represented by the difference between actual end-user tariffs payable by consumers and the cost-reflective rates approved by NERC) had partly contributed to liquidity challenges being experienced in the industry.

“The settlement ratio to the expected Minimum Remittance Thresholds, having adjusted for tariff shortfall, indicated that power distribution companies needed to improve on their performance.”

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Special customers like Ajaokuta Steel Co. Ltd and others in its environs did not make any payment in respect of the N0.27billion and N0.05billion invoices issued to them by the Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc and the MO respectively, during the period under view.

Meanwhile, the power distributors failed to remit N119.88billion to the sector within the same period.

Whereas Discos were expected to make a market remittance of 46.09% during 2020/Q1, only 32.53% settlement rate was achieved within the timeframe provided for market settlement in the Market Rules,” it added.

What it means: The Discos’ remittance level, regardless of the prevailing tariff shortfall, was still below the expected MRT and they are expected to improve on their performances.

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#EndSARS: Protests may return if panels do not address all issues in 2 weeks – Former Nigerian Minister

Akinyemi says the #EndSARS protesters would return to the streets if their demands are not addressed in two weeks.

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This was disclosed by Professor Bolaji Akinyemi, during a news interview with ARISE TV this afternoon, as he called on the FG to urgently address the issues raised by the protesters, as these issues extend beyond police brutality and the immediate reform of the Nigeria Police force.
He explained during the interview that the current demands of the youths extend beyond basic needs, which remain the core mandate of the present administration.
He likened the #EndSARS protest to the #BlackLivesMatter demonstration and reiterated that demands of the youth extend beyond stomach infrastructure, as it is more of a call for good governance in a bid to address the concrete issues that the country faces.
He called for strategic actions towards combatting the evils of unemployment in Nigeria; called on the military to employ more military men to soak up the unemployment, and also provide security for the country.
On the issue of restructuring, Professor Akinyemi said restructuring is also key to solving the many problems facing the country.
The Professor of Political Science noted that the way forward for Nigeria will be for the government to utilize the Justice Mohammed Uwais report on electoral reforms and the 2014 National Conference report, which he believes addresses the issues confronting Nigerians.
What they are saying
During the interview, Professor Akinyemi said, “I will say and let me believe I am wrong, the judicial panels have just two weeks to address all these issues before the youths come back to the streets. The government should at least give the youths the impression that you have not set up all these panels to buy time, but that you are genuinely and seriously interested in addressing their issues.”
He reiterated the need for the employment of more police officers,
We told the government, because I was part of that conference, that the United Nations said Nigeria needs 1.5 million policemen. We have only about 350,000 and we were recommending that the Nigerian government should employ 750,000 more policemen.”
What we’ve seen in the past two weeks is that we don’t have enough men in uniform to guarantee security in this country if every part of the country decides to blow up. So you serve two purposes – employment and security, and those are things you can do immediately.
“We have just seen how every Governor was scrambling around in the past two weeks; if you allow each state to have its own state police, you wouldn’t have that experience. I have heard of a situation where the streets took over even governance in almost every state. So, restructuring is that you allow things to be done at the local level.”

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