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6 Nov
Conferences and summits in Nigeria are fast-becoming the game changer, with individuals and businesses actively seeking ways to add value to the society and foster faster business growth. Technology is the new oil, they say, and it is no surprise that many of the summits now focus on how to develop the Nigerian tech economy,…
4 Nov
The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), and the National Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (NCAIR) in partnership with Opinow Media, have trained youths in Abuja, on artificial intelligence and digital communication to economy. Speaking at the closing session of the youths programme, the Director General, NITDA, Kashifu Inuwa, stated that the empowerment will…
2 Nov
The Group Chief Executive Officer, MTN, Ralph Mupita, has asserted that the quality of service offered by some network operators in Nigeria, South Africa, and other African countries is far better than offerings...
2 Nov
The Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) has commended Nigeria’s digital economy progress describing it as “pulsating and encouraging in the last three years” even as it affirmed its commitment...
2 Nov
The world of cryptocurrencies is constantly evolving, and the world is paying attention. Veteran or intending crypto investors are always on the lookout for important facts about crypto.
2 Nov
Prizes, including houses and cars worth several millions of Naira are up for grabs by customers as foremost digital services company, Globacom, launches an exciting end-of-the-year promo, tagged Festival of Joy.
2 Nov
One in four companies (27 per cent) globally has suffered a data breach that cost them $1- 20 million or more in the past three years, according to PwC’s yearly Global Digital Trust Insights Survey....
1 Nov
Xiaomi is offering you the chance to become the millionaire you have always dreamt of for life this ember season, this will help you get the much needed vacation, pay off those pending bills, start off that small business you have always wanted and have the best festival period of your life.  Have you heard…
29 Oct
The Oros Effect is Jason English’s manifesto on corporate culture. The South African entrepreneur draws from a combination of personal anecdotes gained rising through the ranks to lead global teams and organisations. In the book, English eschews conventional corporate archetypes, arguing instead for a framework that defines how leaders can instill a strong company culture using something he refers to as their Oros – essentially their “vision, values and purpose”.
26 Oct
Through its Africa Transformation Office (ATO), Microsoft is working with Liquid Cloud to enable businesses with cloud services across Africa.
26 Oct
Telecoms service provider, 9mobile, recently held another virtual capacity-building session for journalists, aimed at strengthening and equipping them with relevant skills to improve their work process
26 Oct
Adeyemi Adepetun writes on the planned collaboration between the Federal Government through the Nigerian Communications Commission and state governments to deepen the country’s broadband penetration

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The New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) has insisted that its presidential candidate, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, won't step down for his Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) counterpart, Atiku Abubakar, in next year’s general election.
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Ahead of the 2023 poll, a coalition of civil societies of Nigeria (CCSN) says it was incumbent on the judiciary to be impartial to safeguard democratic rule in the country.
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Many stories have been told about Nigeria’s culture and lifestyle. As home to millions of diverse people, Nigeria is very broad in terms of its climate, geography, vegetation, ethnicity, language, culture, and religion. Yet even with the underlying divisions that cut across Nigeria, there is one particular street food that serves as a string of…