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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.
31 May 2016
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has warned against the politicisation of security issues following the spate of violence in the very recent past in parts of the state.
28 May 2016
For Nigerian universities to rise to world-class status, there must be continuous training in both formal and informal process for system facilitators and administrative staff...
27 May 2016
The TZE Executive Director, Mr Akindayo Akindolani, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Friday that many fraudulent acts among youths could be stopped if the youths had a good orientation.
22 May 2016
An ICT expert, Mr. Gimba Mohammed, has called on the Federal Government to amend the Cybercrime Act in order to tackle the country’s cyber crime and security challenges.
22 May 2016
The Nigeria Communication Commission (NCC), has called on state governors to respect the Memorandum of Understanding signed with the Commission for protection of Information Communication...
20 May 2016
Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) defied the industrial court order issued on Tuesday and embarked on a nationwide strike the following day despite entreaties from the Federal Government.
20 May 2016
Chris Uwaje, the former president, Institute of Software Practitioners of Nigeria (ISPON) has expressed displeasure at government and corporate bodies’ fondness for foreign software.
20 May 2016
The third annual Gender Equality and Mainstreaming in Technology (GEM-TECH) Awards by UN Women and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) ...

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The nation received a galling shock reinforcing the threadbare state of security in the country when terrorists launched a late night attack on Kuje Correctional Centre in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja and freed hundreds of inmates.
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Deceased Secretary-General of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo, aged 63, who was in the final weeks of his six-year tenure, was due to fly from Abuja to Yola, Adamawa State for Eid holiday today...
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It was a case of frustration, distress and despondency for over 200 students of engineering faculty of the University of Calabar (UNICAL) since their demotion three years ago.
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The need to cut down on Nigeria’s high cost of governance, embrace local refining of petroleum products, create urgent solutions to vandalism and crude oil thefts as well as sustainable and diversified mass transportation...
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