Nigeria: Facebook, Google, Others Confirm Nigeria’s Requests for User Information

By Tobi Soniyi A new report has confirmed what many Nigerians have long suspected to be true: that the federal government is spying on its citizens through the social media and email accounts. The report titled, “The Growing Trend of African Government’s Requests for User Information and Content Removal from Internet and Telecoms Companies,” was… Read more Nigeria: Facebook, Google, Others Confirm Nigeria’s Requests for User Information

Nigeria: We Have Launched Many Nigerians Into Digital Space, Says Gotv

By Ujunwa Atueyi General Manager, Sales and Distribution, GOtv, Akin Saliu, has said that the low-cost multichannel digital pay TV has through its subscription models, payment plan and affordable services launched many Nigerian families into the digital space. Saliu, who spoke yesterday when he visited Rutam House, the Corporate Headquarters of The Guardian, alongside top… Read more Nigeria: We Have Launched Many Nigerians Into Digital Space, Says Gotv

Nigeria Renews Search for Broadband Investors At Global Summit

By Adeyemi Adepetun, Busan, South Korea Nigeria’s desire to meet and surpass next year’s 30 per cent broadband penetration target will be one of the reasons for participating in the 2017 International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Telecoms conference in Busan, South Korea. The yearly event kicked off today in Busan, 325 kilometers away from Seoul, South… Read more Nigeria Renews Search for Broadband Investors At Global Summit

 Benefits of Automating Your Startup

Startups and enterprises are gradually embracing automation because it plays a key role in transforming any business for good. Despite this, some enterprises are yet to automate. Perhaps, these benefits we want to highlight will prompt you to start the automation of your startups. Accurate and reliable results The results of automation are accurate and reliable. It… Read more  Benefits of Automating Your Startup

Commissions.ng Set To ‘Uberize’ eCommerce In Nigeria

When you think about eCommerce in Nigeria, the two names that pop into your mind are Jumia and Konga. Between them, they have made millions of naira from Nigerians and commissions from merchants who post their products on their website. However, a startup, Commissions.ng is set to change this routine as they are giving businesses and… Read more Commissions.ng Set To ‘Uberize’ eCommerce In Nigeria

Nigeria: How Nigeria Wastes Billions On Data Capturing

By Adeyemi Adepetun The multiple data capturing and registration exercises in the country are costing government billions of naira which, according to stakeholders, amount to duplication and waste of human and financial resources. Many Nigerians probably must have participated in not less than four data capturing processes in the last seven years, with government agencies… Read more Nigeria: How Nigeria Wastes Billions On Data Capturing

Nigeria: Pat Gets NCC’s Approval for Collocation Services

By Chike Onwuegbuchi Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has granted Pan African Towers license to provide infrastructure sharing and collocation services in the country. The license is valid for 10 years, but can be revoked if the company fails to roll out services in the next year. Pan African Towers is also obliged to pay an… Read more Nigeria: Pat Gets NCC’s Approval for Collocation Services

Nigeria: Our Masts Don’t Pose Health Risks, NCC Insists

By Christopher Isiguzo and Gideon Arinze Enugu — The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) THURSday in Enugu for the umpteenth time dismissed out rightly misconceptions that mobile phones and telecom masts cause cancer or other health related problems. The telecom regulatory agency also reaffirmed its commitment to educating the public on issues of public health and… Read more Nigeria: Our Masts Don’t Pose Health Risks, NCC Insists

Nigeria: Subscribers Accuse Telecoms Operators of Over-Billing, Others

By Adeyemi Adepetun Billing-related issues have topped the various complaints put up by subscribers against telecommunications service providers in the second quarter of the year in Nigeria. Although the complaints dropped in Q2 compared to Q1, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) was still inundated with over 15,000 complaints with billing-related issues accounting for 58 per… Read more Nigeria: Subscribers Accuse Telecoms Operators of Over-Billing, Others