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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 […]

.ng Awards 2018: Technology Times wins Presidential laurel

Vandalism, forex may sabotage Telecoms Nigeria, ATCON warns

The Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) weekend warned that vandalism and forex exchange difficulties may sabotage the telecoms sector and undermine optimal service delivery to millions of subscribers in the country. The wake-up call comes from Mr Olusola Teniola, President of ATCON, who says that “vandalism, theft and sabotage of our base stations’ […]

.ng Awards 2018: Technology Times wins Presidential laurel

ICT, game changer for job creation in Nigeria, BudgiT says

BudgiT, a major provider of public data has predicted that Information and Communication  Technology (ICT) will be a major game changer in creating job  for the teeming unemployed youths in Nigeria. Technology adoption will greatly accelerate the pace of development in Nigeria, facilitate increased non-oil trade and also  enhance the digital economy, Mr Samuel Atiku,Head of […]

GSMA: Africa to get $150b mobile ecosystem lift by 2022

FinTech | Mastercard opens applications for Nigerian startups

Mastercard says it is requesting applications from Nigerian fintech startups to begin its Start Path 2018 programme under the payment technology company’s initiative to reshape the future of commerce. Start-ups will have the opportunity to present their business proposals to the Start Path judging panel on April 9 in Lagos and selected startups will present […]

.ng Awards 2018: Technology Times wins Presidential laurel