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Nigeria’s Telnet close to selling mobile money unit to Opera

Telnet Nigeria Limited, the Nigerian technology conglomerate, is near closing a deal to sell stakes in its mobile money business subsidiary, Paycom to the maker of popular Opera Mini browser, Opera Software. Technology Times checks reveal that barring any last-minute change, Telnet and Opera will this month sign the dotted lines of an agreement by […]

Oracle acquires machine learning platform, Datascience.com

Nigeria looks beyond border in cybercrime push

The Nigeria government says it has tied a partnership with the Global Action Against Cybercrime (GLACY) in a push to check cybercrime activities. Nigeria’s Ministry of Justice has inaugurated a GLACY team to check criminal activities carried out on the Internet, Abubakar Malami (SAN), Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice says. The […]

Oracle acquires machine learning platform, Datascience.com

No National ID, no land allocation in Abuja, Minister says

Residents in Abuja will now require National Identification Number (NIN) before they can be alloted land in the city, the the Federal Minister in charge of Nigeria’s Federal Capital City says. This comes just as the nation’s ID agency has said that update and modification of names have been made available for applicants, particularly ladies, who got […]

Oracle acquires machine learning platform, Datascience.com

9Mobile | Lawmaker threatens to halt sales deal

Saheed Akinade-Fijabi, Chairman, House Committee on Telecommunications, has threatened that the House of Representatives may be forced to stop the ongoing sale of 9Mobile to Teleology Holdings. He disclosed this while reacting to petitions and concerns raised by government regulatory agencies, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), for telecoms and Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), for banking […]

Oracle acquires machine learning platform, Datascience.com