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Drama in Computer Village as Trustees sack CAPDAN President

The Trustees of Computers and Allied Product Dealers Association of Nigeria (CAPDAN) Thursday removed Ahmed Ojikutu as President of umbrella body of Nigeria’s largest technology market in an incident that witnessed plenty of drama. Ojikutu was sacked by the Trustees of CAPDAN despite his insistence to remain in office ending weeks of crisis sparked by […]

9mobile: N15.3b owed NCC ‘delayed’ sale to Teleology, NCC says

9mobile: N15.3b owed NCC ‘delayed’ sale to Teleology, NCC says

The ongoing sale of 9mobile formerly Etisalat Nigeria was delayed by a N15.3 billion owed the Nigerian Communications Commission by the number four mobile phone company in the country, the regulator has disclosed. Boye Olusanya, CEO of 9mobile announced recently that deadline to close the ongoing sale of the fourth largest mobile phone in Nigeria […]

Drama in Computer Village as Trustees sack CAPDAN President

Regulator: Nigeria’s call masking spiked from October 2016

Call masking spiked from October 2016 following Nigeria’s decision to review international termination rates (ITR) to N2.40, the telecoms industry regulator has said, promising to fish out the culprits behind the activities. Professor Umar Garba Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission  (NCC), gave the insight amidst efforts underway by the telecoms agency to curb […]

Drama in Computer Village as Trustees sack CAPDAN President

NCC backs telcos over ₦145 right-of-way tax

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has defended telecoms companies (telcos) over the ₦145 per square metre right-of-way tax urging tiers of government to abide by the harmonised rate. Professor Umar Garba Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman of  NCC says the National Economic Council’s (NEC) harmonisation of the ₦145 right-of-way tax has been approved and is applicable across […]

Drama in Computer Village as Trustees sack CAPDAN President