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Minister: Buhari will decide on MTN’s N1.04 trillion fine ‘in public interest’

Barrister Adebayo Shittu, the new Minister of Communications told Technology Times today that final decision on the N1.4 trillion fine imposed on MTN Nigeria will be taken by President Muhammadu Buhari at the appropriate time “in public interest.” The Minister, who spoke with Technology Times this afternoon on the sidelines of the Alliance 4 Affordable Internet […]

President stops ‘takeover’ of NITDA, NIGCOMSAT, Galaxy Backbone

‘Merge NBC and NCC now’, ATCON tells new Minister

The Association of Telecoms Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) has called on Barrister Adebayo Shittu, the new Minister of Communication Technology to merge the two agencies of government responsible for regulating the telecoms and broadcasting industries. Engineer Lanre Ajayi, President of ATCON asked the new Minister, who was sworn in last week by President Muhammadu Buhari […]

President stops ‘takeover’ of NITDA, NIGCOMSAT, Galaxy Backbone

Ikeja Computer Village: Connect Market CEO wants Nigeria’s tech market leaders to ‘think big’

Mr. Tunji Adeyinka, Chief Executive Officer Connect Marketing Services Limited has challenged business owners in Ikeja Computer Village, Nigeria’s largest technology market cluster to start thinking out of the box, if they hope to scale up in today’s competitive business landscape. According to the CEO of Connect Marketing, business leaders in Ikeja Computer Village, popularly […]

President stops ‘takeover’ of NITDA, NIGCOMSAT, Galaxy Backbone

Facebook, Eutelsat to deliver Internet from space in Sub-Saharan Africa

Facebook has announced its partnership with Eutelsat to launch a satellite into orbit that will connect millions of people in Sub-Saharan Africa. According to Facebook, part of the collaboration include the development of a new satellite called AMOS-6 is going to provide internet coverage to large parts of Sub-Saharan Africa. The AMOS-6 satellite is under […]

President stops ‘takeover’ of NITDA, NIGCOMSAT, Galaxy Backbone