Place of satellite infrastructure in Nigeria’s rural broadband drive
Nigeria and its potential often seem to go hand in hand. Nigeria is Africa’s most populous nation, and the world’s seventh largest.
Omobola Johnson commends Sterling Bank’s high-level gender inclusion
A former Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Dr. Omobola Johnson has listed some factors that can help women to reach the top...
LLA 50 leading ladies in corporate Nigeria
This week, we complete the list of the 50 Leading Ladies in Corporate Nigeria. As the world becomes increasingly aware of the important role women play in the corporate world, Leading Ladies Africa presents a list of 50 Nigerian women....
Omobola Johnson charges ISPON on new skills, competitiveness
Pioneer Minister of Communications Technology, Dr. Omobola Johnson, has called on the Institute of Software Practitioners of Nigeria (ISPON) to reposition the software sub-sector by nurturing and building new skills that will give the country an edge in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Johnson said Nigeria should not be left behind in the revolution, which is…
ISPON hosts top software echelon at president’s dinner cruise
Institute of Software Practitioners of Nigeria (ISPON) will hold its yearly flagship event, the President’s Dinner on April 26th. The event, which offers an evening of networking and knowledge sharing in a relaxed environment, has become a staple in the Nigerian software industry. This year, the dinner will be offering a night of brilliant exchanges…
Dr. Omobola Johnson, senior partner at speaks on what tech entrepreneurs in Africa
Tech entrepreneurs in Africa are working hard to digitise, aggregate and organise inefficient markets and industries and build sustainable businesses in some of the toughest environments in the world; and they need all the help they can get. You may wonder whether they need more support than entrepreneurs in more traditional industries or more developed…
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…
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.