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23 Sep 2016
National Inland Waterway Authority, a federal government agency in-charge of water transport is demanding N1billion from telecommunications operators as ‘right of way’ for their fibre optic cable that pass through government bridges.
5 Aug 2016
Prof. Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has lamented that multiple taxation and regulation, constraints in securing approval for right of way (RoW) and others were taking tolls ...

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Uber and Bolt drivers have called on ride hailing companies operating in Nigeria to conduct proper profiling of riders in order to stop frequent killing of innocent drivers by criminally minded users.
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Suspected pirates have abducted an operative of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) and four contract staff working at the Conoil field in Koluama 1 in Bayelsa.
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NAIROBI, Kenya, 6 December 2021- /African Media Agency (AMA) /- The Kerry Group has expanded its footprint in Africa following its acquisition of Rwanda-based Afribon. This transaction further enhances Kerry’s focus as a leading business to business ingredient solutions provider for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical markets.  Launched in 2012, Afribon is specialised in the…
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President Muhammadu Buhari has called on Auditors-General across the country to introduce strategies that will help stamp out corruption from the system.
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The Borno Police Command on Monday said it arrested five suspected rapists and a woman in possession of 90 rounds of ammunition.