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NCC blasted over call masking sanctions errors

The Nigerian telecoms regulator has come under fire for allegedly ignoring key facts in its clampdown on six Interconnect companies over alleged call masking activities in the country, Technology Times has been told. The Nigeria Communication Commission (NCC) has pulled off a volte face when it said that it was looking the way of so-called […]

Oracle acquires machine learning platform, Datascience.com

South Africa’s MTN engages diplomatic push in Nigeria

South Africa’s MTN Group’s top brass and Nigerian shareholders have launched the equivalent of a major diplomatic push in Nigeria following a series of “strategic sessions” with top government officials, including Vice President Professor Yemi Osinbajo. Nigerian government regulator recently announced that the local subsidiary, MTN Nigeria has so far paid over N165 billion of […]

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

Etisalat Nigeria Debt | Mudadala, Etisalat of UAE ‘have not pulled out’

Etisalat Nigeria has told Technology Times that Mubadala Development Company and Etisalat, two of its shareholders from United Arab Emirates (UAE), have not opted out of debt renegotiation with creditors of the mobile phone company in Nigeria. Ibrahim Dikko, Vice President, Regulatory & Corporate Affairs, Etisalat Nigeria told Technology Times that the foreign partners are […]

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