Facebook Beats Yahoo! To Become Most Visited Site in Nigeria
Facebook, the social networking behemoth has toppled Yahoo! to become the most visited website in Nigeria, claiming the number one position which has been Yahoo!’s for years.
Before now, Yahoo! has been the number one most visited site for over 5 years, followed by Facebook and Google.
With this new record, Facebook has shown its dominance in the lives of the Nigerian Internet audience (with over 2 million actively on Facebook).
Can Yahoo! reclaim this position? Will Google topple Yahoo too?
Only time will tell.
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