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Shola Taylor: CTO to strengthen coordination role for ICTs in Commonwealth”

Mr Shola Taylor, the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) says he will ensure the Organisation plays a greater role in coordinating the views of all Commonwealth member countries at international meetings, especially at treaty meetings convened by the ITU. The CTO chief made the pledge following his meeting in Geneva with Houlin Zhao, […]

OAU network to link educational institutions in Osun State

MainOne CEO: Broadband remains economic growth catalyst

Broadband remains a key catalyst for Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth, Ms. Funke Opeke, Chief Executive Officer, Main One, has told the recently concluded Commonwealth Broadband Forum in Abuja. The Forum, was organised on the platforms of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) and Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) in Abuja, under the theme, Broadband for […]

CommTech Minister flags off mobile number portability on Monday

New CTO chief, Shola Taylor promises ‘improved access to ICTs’

Shola Taylor, the reputed Nigerian telecoms engineer, who has been appointed the secretary-general of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO), has promised that on his watch, the body will pursue improved access to ICTs by member countries. Nigeria is a key member of CTO, an international treaty organisation headquartered in London. Following the announcement of his […]

BlackBerry, Google push mobile security for Android devices

CTO: Broadband for all matters more

Professor Tim Unwin, the Secretary-General of Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) has called on Commonwealth governments to strive at achieving an all-inclusive broadband access, available for use by all their people. He made this remark at the Commonwealth Broadband Forum held in Abuja, Nigeria, where he dwelt on the importance of broadband in promoting economic development […]

Again, Govt postpones Nigeria 2.6GHz spectrum auctions ‘until further notice’