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Computer Village Nigeria | What really makes this market tick?

It all started when the handful but sizeable hub of GSM phone mart formerly located at Ogunlana Drive in the heart of Surulere to the serene and docile environs of Otigba in Ikeja, the capital of Lagos State. Little did anyone realise that the market would assume the status of the largest information technology accessory […]

National Identity | Nigeria crosses 21 million enrolment mark

National Identity | Nigeria crosses 21 million enrolment mark

Over 21 million Nigerians have been enrolled under the National Identity programme underway across the country. The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) confirmed this today in a statement made available to Technology Times that it achieved the 21,360, 000 enrolment mark at close of business on September 6, 2017. Engineer Aliyu Aziz, Director General/CEO at […]

Computer Village Nigeria | What really makes this market tick?

Nigeria | Regulator to ‘clear’ public sector’s ₦42.5b IT projects

Government agencies must obtain regulatory clearance for public sector IT projects totalling over ₦42.5 billion in the 2017 budget, Nigeria’s IT regulator has said. Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, Director General/CEO of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) said this today in a statement made available to Technology Times that it is now mandatory […]

Computer Village Nigeria | What really makes this market tick?

NCC: Radio, TV antennas pose higher health risks than mobile phones  

Nigerians face higher health risks from radiation emission from radio and TV antennas than those of mobile phone networks, the Nigerian telecoms regulator has finally alerted. The Nigerian Communications Commissions (NCC) came up with this position when it weighed in to counter claims that mobile phone users are exposed to medical risks from radiation energy […]

Computer Village Nigeria | What really makes this market tick?

Pay TV | Multichoice, StarTimes head for catch up

ultichoice, owners of DStv and StarTimes/StarSat, two of the major players in the African Pay TV space are headed for keener competition for Nigerian market stakes. The two Pay TV majors alongside Vivendi, which owns satellite Canal Plus, will continue to account for 90% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s pay TV subscribers, including Nigeria, according to the […]

Computer Village Nigeria | What really makes this market tick?