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Nigeria heads ITU radio council

Nigeria has become the first African country to head the World Radio Communications (WRC) Council, an arm of the 150 year old International Telecommunications Union (ITU). Engr. Festus Daudu, Director Spectrum Administration at the Federal Ministry of Communications Technology, is the Nigerian who chairs the ITU’s World Radio Communications Council. Daudu in his inaugural speech […]

Young Innovators to showcase talents at ITU Telecom World 2012

Nigeria’s broadcast regulator envisions N260 billion Digital Migration Dividends

Nigeria is on path to gaining an estimated N160 billion from new opportunities and possibilities to be unlocked in the economy with the ongoing Digital Switchover from analogue to digital broadcasting. Emeka Mba, the Director-General of Nigeria Broadcasting Commission (NBC), the nation’s broadcasting industry regulator tells Technology Times in an exclusive interview that government expects […]

MTN, Coscharis on why Tech+ is ‘key tech showcase’

ITU/UN Women annual GEM-Tech awards nominations open

Nominations are now opened for the annual Gender Equality and Mainstreaming in Technology (GEM-Tech) Awards, a global prize that recognizes outstanding contributions from women and men in leveraging the potential of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to promote gender equality, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has announced. The awards will be conferred on outstanding people […]

OAU network to link educational institutions in Osun State

CommTech Minister: How GWIN uses technology for gender empowerment

Dr Omobola Johnson, Minister of Communication Technology, has said that her ministry is smartly fusing technology to empower Nigerian girls and women to realise their fullest potentials through the Growing Girls and Women in Nigeria Initiative (GWIN). The CommTech Minister gave the indication in Abuja where President Goodluck Jonathan today officially launched GWIN, an initiative […]

Africa’s IT infrastructure spend to reach $3.5b in 2014, Gartner says