FCT Chief Judge, Okonjo-Iweala, 6 others make ‘Most Reputable Africans’ list
Justice Ishaq Bello, Chief Judge of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, former Minister of Finance and six other Nigerians, have been named among the 100 Most Reputable Africans.
AFICTF targets two-year developmental plan for region
The African ICT Foundation, (AFICTF) has unveiled a two- year digital inclusion development plan for the continent targeting policy and infrastructure issues on Internet of Things (IoTs), Artificial Intelligence and Big Data. The Foundation is non-governmental organisation established in 2009 but recently reawakened to urgently address critical issues that bothers on Africa’s digital inclusion. The…
Regulators yet to conclude deal on sale of 9Mobile
The meeting convened by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) and other stakeholders to conclude the 9Mobile sales and take a stand on the deal may have ended without any agreement reached. A source monitoring the deal told The Guardian yesterday that the meeting would likely continue today in Abuja. The…
Digital economy: NCC has huge roles to play
The NCC Director of Public Affairs, Mr Tony Ojobo, said this at a three-day Digital Pay Expo 2018, describing digital economy as an inevitable phenomenon of growth, which nations of the world could not resist.
Ojobo to get NIPR presidential award tomorrow
Consumate Corporate spokesman of Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Tony Ojobo, will tomorrow, December 14, receive the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) Presidential Award.
NCC wants government to address lapses in identity management
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has urged the Federal Government to pay more attention to identity management in the country, saying it will boost ease of doing business in the country.
NCC to increase sector’s 70% FDI via ITU participation
Nigeria is expected to leverage on the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Telecom World 2017, to increase the current Foreign Direct Investment (FDIs), put at over 70 per cent in the telecommunications sector.
Etisalat Nigeria changes name to 9Mobile
Though, as at press time, Etisalat Nigeria was yet to issue a formal statement to that effect, there are feelers that the new name, 9Mobile, was adopted yesterday after two hours of board meeting in Lagos.