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Bloggers in Nigeria LOG-iN for empowerment project

The LOG-iN Blogging Enterprise project is a trademark of Logos Audibles, a content development and publishing support services company in Abuja, Nigeria. Popularly known to have developed and edited scripts for lots of people and organisations since 2010, Logos Audibles launched the LOG-iN project to empower a segment of Nigeria's internet savvy young population.

 Since the debut of the 2-day LOG-iN Intending Bloggers workshops for individuals drawn from different societal sectors to the quarterly held LOG-iN Bloggers Master Class for already-bloggers, LOG-iN has evolved as a foremost blogging potential advocacy and training network in Nigeria. 

"We believe that more entrepreneurs will get their businesses online faster by owning a blog and we can have blogs with select niche as well as groom bloggers who will decide to be full time blogpreneurs thereby reducing unemployment at least for the literate and upwardly mobile" the blog author at said as a response to 'why LOG-iN'?. 

 With the LOG-iN team flagging off the Calabar enterprise sessions in mid-september 2013, two more cities expected to catch the LOG-iN blogging fever are Aba, in Abia and Enugu. Having made headline news as "why we are promoting blogging in FCT" in the mid-August edition of the Abuja Inquirer newspapers, LOG-iN has become a phenomenon in Abuja, Nigeria. 

Live blogger-facilitators that has been part of this project since its debut on June 22, 2013 are Ezekwesili Nnam(, Ekka Egbuna (, Rex Tonye Idaminabo ( who are partners with the project.

 The LOG-iN bloggers in grooming cut across Fashion, Industrial cleaning, Leadership, Motivationals, Agro-production, Pharmacy/health, Event Management, Entrepreneurship, Relationship as well as Political sectors creating a robust LOG-iN Bloggers Network. 

The LOG-iN after-class support is amazing, giving members of the network an assurance of quality. The LOG-iN blogging project is an attempt to engage the teeming Nigerian youth towards competiting favourably with the world as it 'dawns' ICT. Blogging is a double honours sort of career as it affords for an ICT-Media converge that dovetails into Advertising, Writing, Research and more.


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