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Raphael Köllner Aug 22
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Dami 15 Nov 16
birthing 25 businesses that will impact Nigeria and the world.
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Alexander Kvenvolden 5 Nov 16
Got to see at the meet up in Redmond
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Penzaarville Africa 15 Nov 16
Opeyemi shares his Jamb software Idea
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We mistakenly 15 Nov 16
Nigerians have always been innovative, they just lacked the right tools
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Windows Insider Jul 21
Watch as Microsoft honors the first class of graduates from the Fellowship in Nigeria.
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Matt Brown May 26
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Kelly Marshall May 16
Thank you for our amazing shirts Medhat!
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Andy Weir 1 Feb 17
Nigeria Fellowship - why Microsoft chose Nigeria over other African markets
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Bill Karagounis 22 Jan 17
Microsoft mission statement on back of my badge. Nice reminder of what were trying to do here!
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Windows Insider 4 Jan 17
2016 was amazing and 2017 will be even better! Check out our latest blog post ,
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Microsoft Nigeria 16 Dec 16
Winsiders empowered up to 25 startups in Nigeria. Watch the video to find out more.
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Dona Sarkar 11 Dec 16
The domestic lifestyle is blah, working on a coding curriculum!
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Windows Insider 30 Nov 16
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Dona Sarkar 26 Nov 16
(2/3) Such a blessing to be able to do things like the Nigeria Fellowship work for our business.
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Michael Gillett | #WIMVP 21 Nov 16
Someone put on a big cat! 😍 Great work by the Nigeria Fellowship
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Jeremiah Marble 21 Nov 16
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Co-Creation Hub 18 Nov 16
Special thanks to the Microsoft team, who supported the fellows over the week, to refine their ideas & build their MVPs.
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Dona Sarkar 17 Nov 16
Things said after a long day of hackathon. " 's hair should have its own Slack channel." --
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Dona Sarkar 17 Nov 16
The Nigeria Fellows have a message for their friends.
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