Saturday, 25th June 2022
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3 May
The Nigeria Communication Commission (NCC) has urged Nigerians to consider the benefit of linking their Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) cards to their National Identification Number
13 Apr
Checks by The Guardian show that in the first quarter of 2022, activities around porting declined sharply with subscribers opting for new SIMs.
5 Apr
Amidst the confusion, telecommunications operators in the country, yesterday, heeded Federal Government’s directive to bar every unlinked Subscribers Identification Module (SIM)...
27 Apr 2021
Nearly 10 days after the Federal Government lifted the ban on sales and registration of new Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) cards, telecommunications operators are yet to commence sales and retrieval of lines.
20 Feb 2019
One of the most effective ways to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions is to make air-conditioners radically better. A number of technological innovations are gradually making AC units greener.


2 mins ago
Afghanistan's Taliban rulers pledged on Saturday they would not interfere with international efforts to distribute aid to tens of thousands of people affected by this week's deadly earthquake.
17 mins ago
As the 2023 election draws near, the need to get PVC by most Nigerians has become apparent. Recently, news hit the media waves that the National Electoral Commission (INEC) faced an upsurge unlike anything they are used to.  According to the Independent National Electoral Commission, in the third quarter of the current Continuous Voter Registration…
25 mins ago
President Joe Biden left the White House Saturday for a week of diplomacy in which he hopes to reinforce the Western alliance against Russia and look to challenges from China...
33 mins ago
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on Saturday described a deadly migrant rush in the enclave of Melilla bordering Morocco as "an attack on the territorial integrity" of Spain which he blamed on "mafias that traffic in human beings"
38 mins ago
South Africa's former president Jacob Zuma, fingered to be a graft enabler, on Saturday rubbished as "unlawful" and "full of gossip" a judicial report detailing how rampant corruption gutted state coffers during his nine-year-tenure.