Digital Eco-system launches in Nigeria

April 23, 2018 • Online & Social, Top Stories, West Africa

The digital eco-system has launched products that are used in business, entertainment and learning.

The digital eco-system has launched products that are used in business, entertainment and learning. is Nigeria’s first digital ecosystem founded by ItopaKing David, it is aimed to create a sustainable platform where Nigeria’s digital future and transitioning can be catalysed.

The digital eco-system has launched products that are used in business, entertainment and learning. Now it is launching its first products to contribute its quota to better social standards in Nigeria.

A service to fight human rights abuses

HRSS is created by the team to address the increasing need for the report, record and tracking of human rights-related crimes. Nigeria’s human rights NGO, Citizens Advocacy for Social & Economic Rights (CASER) has already signed up as the first launch service provider for submitted report. HRSS is a platform that allows users with a account (or can create one) to submit a report of all human rights violation throughout the country. The steps available guides the user on how to create, select a category, fill in details and also attach files if necessary before submitting a report. Submitted report would be followed up by NGO attending to the report and give response due to the submitted report so the user is updated on the process. Citizens can create as many reports as need be.

CASER has been an active player in the fight for human rights since founded till date. The collaboration of these two socially involved entities is promised to Nigerians that have desired succour from human rights abuse. The service will also provide access to databases of human rights crimes and incidences.

A service to promote freelancers and provide new opportunity

Gigs hub is a service marketplace for freelancers of all class. The service was created to provide new opportunities for users with creative skill set that can market their service online within stipulated period of time and deliver to client an excellent job.

Gigs hubs work with a credit system for security and transparency between clients and freelancers on the system. Freelancers registered on the system can create a micro-job with details on what service they’ll offer within a set time and price, on the other hand, clients can search for services offered by freelancers and select their choice from the search result. The category of freelance service offered ranges from design and creativity down to admin support, customer service and so forth. – The Digital Nigeria; has been made available in an all in one application for Android users (available on play store) to access every service using one synchronised ID throughout the ecosystem.

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