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31 Aug 2016
The subject of tax has gained prominence on the political and boardroom agenda in Nigeria. The severity of the economic downturn has also offered a life lesson to key stakeholders on balancing the odds.
31 Aug 2016
Of a total population of 1.2 billion currently in Africa, only 565 million, about 47 per cent are using mobile services, while the remaining 635 million people are missing in the continent’s connectivity radar.
31 Aug 2016
Participants at ITU Telecom World 2016 will have the opportunity to exhibit, showcase their services, attend ITU fora, host sessions, network and engage international participants across the globe through key visibility platforms presented at the event.
31 Aug 2016
Speaking at a send forth party orgnanised in his honour in Lagos, at the weekend, the immediate past Managing Director of Business Connection (BCX) Nigeria, John Sviridov, said reviving the country’s economy should be based largely on...
30 Aug 2016
Online accounting platform, Sage One, has hinged the high rate of failure of small businesses especially before the second year of startup, on poor book-keeping as well as inadequate researches and lack of insight by business owners.  
29 Aug 2016
The manufacturing and telecommunications sectors are becoming more adversely affected by the recession in the economy.
28 Aug 2016
The National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) has failed in meeting its mandate of providing cheap and accessible health care to all Nigerians through a pre-payment method due to corrupt practices, inefficiency and political interference.
27 Aug 2016
As part of its vision to get one million fingers coding by 2017, Aiki Nigeria, a national platform for youth in Nigeria with the objective of ensuring that youths access relevant services for employability and entrepreneurship
26 Aug 2016
Prof. Umar Danbatta, the Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigeria Communication Commission (NCC) on Friday said that presently, broadband penetration in the country was at 13 per cent.
25 Aug 2016
The Federal Government and Chinese technology firm, Huawei, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), targeted at deepening the country’s ICT ecosystem.
24 Aug 2016
Despite the deployment of over 40, 000km inter-city fibre optic infrastructure and the landing of about four submarine cable systems on the shores of Nigeria, end users are still not able to access broadband speeds, while prices are still high.
24 Aug 2016
Ngige made the call at a recent meeting with the Abuja Managing Director of Huawei Technologies, Tank Liteng, and other employees and stakeholders of the company.He said: “We urge you to support the diversification efforts of the Federal Government...

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