Omobola Johnson: The Tech Guru
Omobola Olubusola Johnson was born in 1963. After completing her education in International school, Ibadan, she headed to the University of Manchester to study Electrical and Electronic Engineering before heading to Kings College, London for an MSc in Digital Electronics. Desirous of furthering her education, she proceeded to Cranfield University and was awarded a Doctorate…
Indigenous operators condemn government’s low patronage
Lack of patronage for local products and services, especially in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector by Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), has drawn the ire of stakeholders in the sector.
Telecoms fortune dips as bill lingers for decade at National Assembly
The vandalisation of telecommunications infrastructure in the country might have taken a turn for the worse, given the failure of the National Assembly to pass the Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) bill, 10 years after it was presented.
Shareholders approve Custodian and Allied Insurance name change
Shareholders of Custodian and Allied Plc, have approved a change of the group’s name to Custodian Investment Plc, in a bid to enable it expand its operations within the financial services industry.
‘FinTech opportunities lie in the unbanked’
To make maximum impact, Financial Technology (FINTECH) companies have been advised to concentrate their energy largely on the unbanked.
Nigeria renews search for broadband investors at global summit
Nigeria, whose delegation is led by the Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu, through the ‘Nigeria Day’, an investment session which comes up tomorrow at the Nigerian Pavilion, will unveil the benefit of investing in the country to...
Custodian & Allied’s shareholders to get more dividends
Shareholders of Custodian and Allied Insurance Plc, are to get a final dividend of 18 kobo per share after an interim dividend payment of seven kobo per share in September last year.