6 Powerful Women in Technology

As the world progresses daily, the dynamics are changing, and we cannot overemphasize the power of technology in the world. As we celebrate International Women’s day, we celebrate the impact that women in technology over the years. A lot have worked as CEOs, CFOs, CTOs, etc. in some of the biggest tech companies existing today.

Some have created innovative, disruptive, and problem-solving technology or founded awesome companies today. Here are the most powerful Women in Technology in Nigeria, Africa, and the World.

Odunayo Eweniyi

Odunayo Eweniyi is currently the Co-Founder and Chief of Operations at PiggyVest. Graduating from the university with a…


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Bio
Keyukemi Ubi is a graduate of Law from Obafemi Awolowo University. She is passionate about the business of Law, technology and entrepreneurship.

She currently works as a freelance paralegal. She enjoys listening to music, reading and having intellectual conversations.

Keyukemi hopes to makes a lasting impact in the future of Technology law in Nigeria and the world

Originally published at https://www.digilaw.com.ng.


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DigiLaw is a legal ed-tech startup with the goal of bridging the knowledge gap between digital technology and the law.We organise regular online classes, free and paid, on several aspects of law and technology, for lawyers and law students. We also embark on research projects into trending law and technology issues. If you’re dissatisfied with the content and approach of legal education today, you should consider working with us.

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The Biblical Ark saved Noah, it is uncertain if the Ark/now Harmony OS will save Huawei

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The number one benefit of information technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative. It lets people be productive…”

The History of Legaltech

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What is Legaltech?

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The Story so far

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The Uganda Government introduced a social media tax targeted at the use of Over The Top services (OTT) who provide voice and messaging services over the internet. The social media tax came into effect on major social media services including Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Tinder and WhatsApp. Every citizen pays a tax charge of 200shillings ($0.05) per day for social media use, and an additional 1% levy on the total value of mobile money transactions.

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