- A young Ghanaian businessman has developed a software that could provide a lasting solution to Africa's data problem
- Stephan Eyeson revealed that he hopes to extend his operations to the United States of America
- Reports available show that he started a business and failed and also dreamt of becoming a professional basketball player
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Stephan Eyeson, a young Ghanaian businessman, has created an Artificial Intelligence mobile survey platform that is capable of solving data collection challenges in Africa.
YEN.com.gh understands that he dreamt of becoming a professional basketball player but that did not happen.
He then started a business that failed, but that did little to quench his aspirations as he is now the founder of Survey 54.
Information available shows that Africa is composed of about 12.5% of the world’s population.
Per a report by businessworldghana.com, it, however, accounts for less than 1% of research input, per information received from Elsevier, a global information and analytics firm.
Survey 54 is focused on providing data needed by governments and bigger businesses to help to better plan, fund and evaluate their activities.
Eyeson, per reports available, is determined to move into the United States markets in the long run.
In other news, YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video in which dancehall artiste Shatta Wale is seen sharing money with the help of ace broadcaster, Countryman Songo.
In a video that has since gone viral, the two men are seen standing on the roof of a car and spraying cash to the delight of their fans.
Various people have gathered around and are seen rushing for the notes.
Shatta Wale is seen wearing a red pullover, jeans, spectacles and a chain around his neck. He then lifts his hands up with the victory sign to acknowledge cheers and a song from the crowd.
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