Unveils Exclusive Compilation of 50 Notable Tech Businesses in Nigeria, a leading Nigerian publication, has recently unveiled an exclusive compilation of 50 notable tech businesses in Nigeria. The list, released by Publisher Ediale Kingsley, recognizes these companies for their outstanding innovation and significant impact on the Nigerian tech landscape. Although the list is not ranked, it features several well-established names in the industry.

Among the prominent companies included are Paystack, Andela, Interswitch, Konga, Jumia, iROKOtv, and Farmcrowdy, which have made substantial contributions to sectors such as e-commerce, fintech, and software development. Jobberman, Gokada, Kobo360, Wakanow, PiggyVest, and Migo (formerly Kwikmoney) are also highlighted, showcasing the diverse range of tech businesses in Nigeria.

The list further acknowledges the achievements of SystemSpecs, MainOne, Terragon Group, TechCabal, Co-Creation Hub (CcHUB),, IroFit, and LifeBank. Additionally, it features notable companies like TeamApt, Farmkart Foods, Autochek, Cars45, and Flutterwave, which have garnered attention for their innovative solutions and disruptive technologies. emphasized that this initial list is subject to further review at their annual Rank Bank event, which takes place on October 22nd each year. Publisher Ediale Kingsley expressed the intention to explore and evaluate additional crucial factors related to tech platforms. The ultimate goal is to identify the top 22 tech platforms, which will be officially revealed during the Rank Bank event.

The unveiling of the top 22 tech platforms is anticipated to be a highly anticipated event within the Nigerian tech industry. It will provide valuable insights into the most influential and groundbreaking companies operating in the country.’s commitment to recognizing and promoting innovation in the tech sector is expected to foster continued growth and development within Nigeria’s dynamic technology ecosystem.

List of Notable Tech Businesses in Nigeria (in no particular order):

Bosun Tijani – CcHub, Jason Njoku – iROKOtv, Iyinoluwa Aboyeji – Flutterwave, Oluyomi Ojo – Printivo, Shola Akinlade – Paystack, Sim Shagaya – Konga, Tayo Oviosu – Paga, Mark Essien –, Emeka Okoye – Cymantiks, Funke Opeke – MainOne, Chika Nwobi – L5Lab, Dele Bakare – Disk & DAT Technologies, Gossy Ukanwoke – Beni American University, Judith Okonkwo – Imisi 3D, Nkemdilim Begho – FutureSoft, Jessica Hope – Wimbart, Bankole Oluwafemi – Big Cabal Media, Opeyemi Awoyemi – Jobberman, Ijeoma Oguegbu – KJK Africa, Nkem Okocha – Mama Moni Limited, Temie Giwa-Tubosun – LifeBank, Seun Onigbinde – BudgIT, Onipinsaiye Tomiwa Henry – Aimtoget Technology Limited

More founders and platforms include:

Emmanuel Oluwaseun Alamu – NetEng Solutions, Okeoghene Orhosere – SenexPay, Osetohame Matthew Agbonyeme and Ihiese Aigbogun – Yola, Egu Testimony Omini- Havana prime, Jerry Matti & Ayo Orekoya – Fusion block labs, Rikome Success Erezi – Rikozone Technology, Adeshina Ajayi – Digital Focus, Kayode Alabi – Travvly. Chijioke Dozie – Carbon (formerly Paylater), Chuka Ofili – Delivery Science, Andrew Airelobhegbe – OgaVenue, Gbenga Sesan – Paradigm Initiative, Odunayo Eweniyi – PiggyVest, Olumide Soyombo – Bluechip Technologies, Tomi Davies – Lagos Angel Network, Yele Bademosi – Bundle Africa, Aderemi Ojekunle – Foodlocker, Mark Ighile – Kwaba…

Maya Horgan Famodu – Ingressive Capital, Simeon Ononobi – SimplePay, Collins Onuegbu – Sasware, Abiola Olaniran – Gamsole, Oluwatobi Ajayi – Jetheights Services Limited, Gbenga Odegbami – First Atlantic Semiconductors and Microelectronics, Eloho Omame – Amari, Amina Ibrahim – Farmers Pride, Chris Kwekowe – Slatecube, Shola Ladoja – Simply Green Juice, Adetayo Bamiduro –, Bolaji Olagunju – Chroma,

Disclaimer:The following article is based on a list compiled by, a leading Nigerian publication. The list recognizes 50 notable tech businesses in Nigeria for their innovation and impact on the tech landscape. While the list is not ranked, it features well-established companies that have made significant contributions to various sectors. The final rankings of the top 22 tech platforms will be revealed during the Rank Bank event held annually by

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