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New Konga CEO resumes today, asked to conquer e-Commerce Africa

The new owners of Konga have asked Nick Imudia, the new CEO of the e-commerce company to take the African number one spot. The new CEO of Konga resumed duty Monday after he was hired by Zinox Technologies, the Nigerian technology group founded by Nigerian businessman, Leo Stan Ekeh, that closed the acquisition deal of […]

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Nigeria’s CWG pushes online malls to boost e-business

Computer Warehouse Group (CWG Plc), a leading Pan-African ICT company from Nigeria, has launched www.openmall.ng, an online marketplace that aggregates products for Nigerian businesses. The online mall featuring products from different stores on Openshopen.ng for ease of navigation for buyers will also enhance sales of store owners, the Nigerian technology company promoting the service says. Openmall was launched […]

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Chams “back on its feet” after N9.2 billion Nigeria National ID Card loss, MD says

Chams Plc., a Nigerian technology company specializing in identity management services, says it has recovered from losses totalling over N9.2 billion allegedly caused by a breach of its concession agreement with the Federal Government on the Nigeria National ID Card project. Chams Plc. recently said its incurred financial losses totaling N9.2 billion and also decided […]

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Nigeria’s ID manager, Chams dispute National ID card deal gone sour

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), the ID managers of Nigeria and Chams Plc, a Nigerian technology company specializing in identity management services, have continued to trade blame over alleged breach of contract regarding the nation’s National ID Card project. Demola Aladekomo, Founder and Group Managing Director of the Nigerian technology company, Chams Plc, claimed that […]

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