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20 Jun 2016
Sterling Bank has concluded the upgrade of its information technology infrastructure, which it said was in line with its mandate to enrich the lives of its customers through efficient and prompt delivery banking services.
23 May 2016
Nigeria is losing millions of naira to information technology quacks, the Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN) told the Federal Government at the weekend.
23 May 2016
Sterling Bank said it has concluded the upgrade of its Information Technology (IT) infrastructure, in line with its mandate to ensure customer satisfaction through efficient and prompt delivery of banking services.
20 May 2016
Digital Encode, an information security management and assurance services company, continues its winning streak by emerging Cybersecurity Company ...

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As President Muhammadu Buhari and stakeholders in the nation’s power sector deliberate on what becomes of electricity with the current administration winding down, attacks on gas pipelines are becoming a new normal leading to shutdown of power plants.
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The financial stress index continues to rise just as other key market indicators suggest an extremely fragile growth, data monitored by The Guardian and economists have suggested.
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Hundreds of residents are fleeing Damari community in Birnin Gwari Local Council of Kaduna State, as bandits moving on motorcycles invaded the villages yesterday
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Real estate operatives have expressed worries over the proposed fuel subsidy removal, saying, if put into practice it, will affect the construction and delivery of housing in the country.
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The other day, Alhaji Salihu Abubakar Tanko-Yakasai (95) lamented that no nation spending 80 per cent of its revenue on governance would ever develop. He said “at the moment in Nigeria, 80 per cent of Nigeria’s revenue is expended on bureaucracy, spent on running the administration.