How Three Tech ‘Kids’ Won USD$30,000 @ GenesysIGNITE (Enugu)

How Three Tech ‘Kids’ Won USD$30,000 @ GenesysIGNITE (Enugu)

Nigerian youths have been advised to tech advantage of the technology startups hubs in the regions of the country in their quest along the digital revolution uptakes across the country. Senator Ken Nnamani, erstwhile President of the Senate, Federal Republic...
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Senate Calls for Review of Nigeria Communications Act 2003

Senate Calls for Review of Nigeria Communications Act 2003

The Senate Committee on Communications has called for the review of the Nigerian Communications Act 2003, so as to conform with the ever-dynamic communication sphere. A member of the committee, Sen. Abiodun Olujimi made the call during an interview with...
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NCC Remits N133.4bn to Federation Account

NCC Remits N133.4bn to Federation Account

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) said on Thursday it remitted N133.4 billion to the consolidated revenue fund of the Federal Government between 2015 and this year. The Director, Public Affairs of NCC, Mr. Tony Ojobo, disclosed this in a statement ...
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Dangote’s Telecoms Business Breaches Regulatory Law, Six Others -NCC

Dangote’s Telecoms Business Breaches Regulatory Law, Six Others -NCC

        Aliko Dangote Federal government has reportedly threatened to prosecute Alheri Engineering Company Limited, a telecoms business unit of Dangote Group and six other companies for contravention Nigerian communications laws, according to Technology...
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Mathew Wilshere Stays as CBN, Banks Appoint New CEO for Etisalat

Mathew Wilshere Stays as CBN, Banks Appoint New CEO for Etisalat

A Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Dr. Joseph Nnanna was Tuesday appointed Chairman, Etisalat Nigeria’s new board of directors. The constitution of the board, which was jointly brokered by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and ...
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NCC to License Additional Five InfraCos in July 

NCC to License Additional Five InfraCos in July 

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) said yesterday it would license the remaining five Infrastructure Companies (InfraCos) awaiting permit by July. Prof. Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman, NCC, made this known to newsmen at the Tell Communication...
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