Yesterday, one of Africa’s leading social networks LAGbook changed its name to PicRate.Me after nearly three years since its inception. The new name went live after the social networking website attracted its 1,030,000th member.
The LAGbook founders, Chidi and Chika Nwaogu were at the 2013 AIESEC Ghana Youth to Business Forum which held at the Korkdam Hotel in Accra-Ghana. The twin brothers spoke on how the Ghanaian youth can catch up and meet up with the fast changing world using Social Media.
Approaching the 1 million mark, One of Africa’s largest social networking website Ladies And Gentlemen book (LAGbook) partners with Nintag to improve search results.
One of Africa’s largest social networking utility Ladies And Gentlemen book (LAGbook) yesterday joined the UK company Versamel Limited (RC 08392806). LAGbook is to be run by Versamel Limited along with its sister websites Jamaa and Befondit.
Ladies And Gentlemen book (popularly known as LAGbook) today concluded a successful one-month coding session, which aimed at beefing up the user privacy of their over 800,000 registered members by over 80%.
The LAGbook founders, Chidi and Chika Nwaogu were at the IT Leaders West Africa Summit, which held at the Movernpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra-Ghana. The twin brothers spoke on the role of social media and mobile in developing countries on the 29th of November, 2012. Here’s a highlight of their 30minutes keynote: