Olusegun Ogundeji

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Freetown, Sierra Leone


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Olusegun Ogundeji

Olusegun is a journalist with over a decade experience. He reports mainly on key issues related to technology, election, international tribunals and entertainment in Africa especially from an end-user's perspective. He previously worked for the world's largest tech media and event company, International Data Group IDG and Sierra Leone's premier newspaper, Concord Times.  
Areas of interest: election monitoring, international criminal justice, arts/entertainment and tech - telecom/telcos, cryptocurrencies, blockchain, Internet, regulation etc.

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https://mg.co.za/article/2008-10-24-pump-up-da-traffic-jam

Pump up da traffic jam … In this lifestyle piece for Mail&Guardian (South Africa), Olusegun writes about how taxi drivers in Sierra Leone attract young passengers for jolly rides.


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http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/mobile-phone/social-media-helps-curb-nigerian-election-deathtoll-paving-future-path-3610050/

Observers identify online tools such as social media and biometric card readers as vital to minimize conflict during Nigeria's elections in 2015.


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