Jason Njoku

Nigeria's young tech workers under threat

Business tech leaders respond to what they claim growing number of incidents of intimidation by anti-robbery squad members.
Christopher Tredger
Apr 15, 2019

Jumia raises US$196-million in landmark New York IPO

Mixed reaction from the continent's broader tech market.
Jan 25, 2016

iROKO closes US$19m content, capital deals

Digital entertainment firm announces multiple deals to channel additional local content.
May 26, 2015

Nigeria’s Hotels.ng secures $1.2 million

African hotel booking website secures international investment.
Apr 12, 2015

IROKOtv joins forces with StarTimes

The Nollywood streaming service expands into Africa's pay-TV market.
Sep 10, 2014

Cheaper internet crucial to African VoD growth - CEOs

Key ingredients missing to really help spur on this sector, say experts.
Aug 4, 2014

iROKOtv launches $2.50 monthly subscription plan

Nigerian Nollywood streaming service to also include Hollywood, Bollywood content.
Apr 30, 2014

Jason Njoku shuts down iROKO’s London office

Move comes as company re-positions itself to target more of an African market.
Apr 29, 2014

iROKOtv “kills” its free viewing business model

Nollywood streaming site starts switching on to a predominantly subscription based approach.
Apr 7, 2014

Nollywood’s inclusion in Nigeria’s GDP signals digital opportunities

Chief executive officer of iROKO Partners, Jason Njoku, points to video on-demand potential.
Dec 17, 2013

Nollywood website iROKOtv wins $8mn funding round

Online service dubbed the ‘Netflix of Africa’ plans to target more Africans while growing its subscriber base.
Dec 2, 2013

Jason Njoku names himself as iROKING CEO

Following Michael Ugwu’s dramatic exit, the founder of iROKO Partners is taking control of the music business.