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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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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.

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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]

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Venia Business Hub

Venia Hub

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

Hours: 7AM6PM

Phone: 0809 111 8902

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

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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.

Passion Incubator

PASSION INCUBATOR

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

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

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2 Comments

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  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

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FG approves 60% debt forgiveness for licensed radio and television stations  

The effective date of the debt forgiveness shall be July 10 – October 6, 2020. 

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The Nigerian government granted a 60% debt forgiveness to all licensees indebted to the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC). The move was an additional step to the 2 months license fee waiver granted to the industry as a palliative to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, said the measures were put in place as a result of the report submitted by the post-COVID-19 initiative committee for the creative industry. 

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He added that many radio and television stations remain indebted to the government to the tune of N7.8 billion. 

The Minister added that the debt forgiveness will not apply to pay-TV service operators but to only terrestrial TV and radio stations in the country.

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He added that the criterion for enjoying the debt forgiveness is for the debtor to pay 40% of their existing debt within 3 months. Any station that is unable to pay the 40% indebtedness within 3 months window shall forfeit the opportunity. 

Existing license fee is discounted by 30% for all open terrestrial radio and television services effective July 10. 

The effective date of the debt forgiveness shall be July 10 – October 6, 2020. 

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Covid-19: Scientists ask WHO to revise recommendations as new evidence emerges 

Researchers plan to publish in a scientific journal next week, an open letter to WHO.

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Hundreds of scientists have asked the World Health Organization (WHO) to revise its recommendation for the novel coronavirus pandemic, after they discovered new evidence suggesting that air-borne smaller particles of the virus can infect people. 

The WHO had disclosed that the coronavirus disease spreads primarily from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth, which are discharged when a person with the coronavirus disease coughs, sneezes or speaks. 

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According to the scientists whether the virus is carried by large droplets that zoom through the air after a sneeze or by much smaller exhaled droplets that may move quietly through the length of a room, the coronavirus is borne through air and can infect people when inhaled. 

Researchers plan to publish in a scientific journal next week, an open letter to WHO by 239 scientists in 32 countries, where they outlined the evidence showing that smaller particles can infect people. 

However, the United Nations health agency has said that the report from the scientists that the virus is airborne was not convincing.  

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According to the WHO technical lead for Infection Prevention and Control, Dr Benedetta Allegranzi, ‘’Especially in the last couple of months, we have been stating several times that we consider airborne transmission as possible but certainly not supported by solid or even clear evidence.”  

It can be recalled that WHO said over the weekend that it was stopping its trials of the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine and combination HIV drug lopinavir/ritonavir on hospitalized patients with the coronavirus disease after they failed to reduce the death rate. 

The setback came as the WHO reported more than 200,000 new cases of the disease globally, the first time in a single day. 

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FCMB shuts contact centre locations due to COVID-19 scare

Other banks have recently had to shut down their branches due to public health concerns caused by COVID-19.

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First City Monument Bank (FCMB) Limited informed its customers, yesterday, that its contact centre locations have all been temporarily shut down following COVID-19 scare.

A brief statement that was issued via Twitter emphasised that the general shutdown of the physical locations is only a temporary and precautionary measure aimed at preventing further spread of the contagious virus. The statement, however, did not clarify whether there have been any reported cases of infection at these contact centre locations.

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“Dear Customers, we trust you are doing well and staying safe. We would like to inform you about the temporary closure of one of our Contact Centre locations as a precautionary measure to curtail the spread of COVID-19 and protect our employees,” part of the statement said.

Meanwhile, customers were informed that FCMB’s contact centres will remain active in the meantime, albeit virtually. However, customers may experience delays prior to being attended to. Customers were also advised to explore the self-help options offered by the bank’s electronic banking channels in order to resolve their challenges.

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Nairametrics understands that some of the bank’s customers have been experiencing some ‘not so great’ customer service over the past few weeks. One of these customers, who chose not to be named, confirmed this to Nairametrics. Reacting to the statement by the bank, the customer said:

“This statement explains why the bank has not been responding to complaints across all its channels. For at least 4 weeks now, they don’t respond to emails, WhatsApp messages or DMs. I have some funds that they have not reversed in like 4 weeks now. If you check Twitter, you will see so many similar complaints.”

Recall that some other banks have had to close down their branches due to the same reason given by FCMB. Just recently, Jaiz Bank Plc shut down its Ikeja branch for disinfection. Weeks before that, Wema Bank also confirmed that two of its branches were temporarily shut down after two staff became infected with the virus.

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