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15 Jun 2016
Determined to deepen broadband penetration in the country, iwayAfrica, has introduced into Nigeria’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector...
13 Jun 2016
One interesting theme took centre stage during panel discussions at the recently concluded World Economic Forum on Africa in Rwanda; that what the continent ...
10 Jun 2016
Nigeria International Technology Exhibition & Conference (NITEC 2016) has been presented as credible platform for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) players ...
10 Jun 2016
The recent move by the federal government to declare telecom infrastructure in the country as critical national and security assets is a move in the right direction ...
8 Jun 2016
According to World Bank economist, Christine Zhen-Wei Qiang, “the mobile platform is emerging as the single most powerful way to extend economic opportunities and key services to millions of people."
8 Jun 2016
President Muhammadu Buhari has stressed the need to use Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to drive the change agenda in order to take the country to a higher level of development.
4 Jun 2016
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has assured international and potential investors that Nigeria remains a sure haven for Information and Communications Technology ...
3 Jun 2016
Danbatta further assured that ``the regulatory framework has been put in place to ensure a transparent licensing process because we really want to bridge the digital divide.’’
3 Jun 2016
Dr. Leo Stan Ekeh, chairman of Zinox Group, Sub-Saharan Africa’s biggest integrated Information and Communication Technology (ICT) conglomerate, has declared that the time is ripe for Nigeria
2 Jun 2016
In a related development, the President has expressed his readiness to deploy Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to take the country to the next level of development.
1 Jun 2016
Global city population is growing at an alarming rate. Experts are predicting that the world’s urban population which currently stands at about 55 per cent could increase ...
1 Jun 2016
He made the call at a retreat organized by the House of Representatives Committee on Electoral and Political Parties Matter held in Abuja, at the weekend.

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