The policies and incentives, according to a report, 5G will enable $13.2 trillion of global economic output in 2035.It also stated that the global 5G value chain will generate $3.6 trillion in economic output and support 22.3 million jobs in 2035. This is approximately the combined revenue of the top-10 companies on the 2019 Fortune Global 1000.
The 5G value chain will invest an average of $235 billion annually to continually expand and strengthen the 5G technology base within network and business application infrastructure.
Another crucial point is that, investment in and deployment of 5G will fuel sustainable long-term returns to global real GDP of which Nigeria would be at vantage position to benefit from. As Nigeria became conscious of the need to diversify the economy instead of total dependence on oil, agriculture will benefit from 5G in several ways.
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Ghanaian award-winning actress and fashionista Zynnell Zuh’s proved why she can’t be left out in the fashion discussion by dropping six gorgeous photos on her Instagram to celebrate her birthday.
She went for two different sets of shoots but had six unique photos from the entire shoot.
The former Zylofon Media signee shared the six photos with different captions.
“It’s my birthdaaaay. A curious case of fashion and film ENTANGLEMENT” Zynnell Zuh captioned the first photo.
She captioned the second photo: “Happy birthday to me. A hot red filmic affair.”
Another photo with the same costume was captioned: “Happy birthday to me. I may be a beginner at some things, but I’ve got a black belt in fashion and film”.
She captioned the fourth photo: “Happy birthday to me. I can’t give you the sunset, but I can give you A STAR.”
The fifth photo was captioned: “Today I’m a little older , a little wiser and a lot better looking. It’s my birthday people !”
And the final photo was captioned: “Happy birthday to that lovely creature who stares back at me when I look in the mirror each day”.
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The 5th annual ‘Exclusive Men of the Year’ (EMYs) Africa Awards 2020 took place on Saturday, July 4, 2020, in Accra, Ghana despite the partial ban on social gathering due to the novel COVID-19 pandemic.
The ceremony was held to award men who have excelled in various areas such as business, education, arts, fashion, technology, and communication.
The show has so far been the biggest in the country since coronavirus took over and as expected Ghanaian female celebrities didn’t disappoint on the red carpet.
There definitely was no room for wardrobe malfunction or bad hair day. Either you avoided the red carpet or stepped out in the best ensemble.
From style icons like Victoria Michaels to Nana Akua Addo, here are the female celebrities who stole the show on the red carpet.
Victoria Michaels attended the ceremony in a gold ensemble made possible by a dream glam team. Her look is undeniably Golden.Victoria Michaels
Nana Akua Addo
The style icon rocked the red carpet with a black bridal gown. Her flawless makeup, sparkling tiara and the black veil was a no go area.Nana Akua Addo
The actress has indeed stepped up her fashion game. She was clad in white and golden apparel. Her ponytail hairstyle and flawless makeup were top notch.Salma Mumin
Nana Ama McBrown
Nana Ama, as usual, didn’t disappoint us on the red carpet. Adorned in a blue ensemble, the actress gave us life with her wrapped grey hairstyle. Her flawless makeup and stunning heels complemented her looks very well.Nana Ama McBrown
The host of the ceremony money dazzled us with her second look.
Adorned in red and black apparel, the actress stunned us with her hairstyle and her flawless makeup.
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