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MTN CEO at TECH+: ICT sector can power Nigeria’s economic growth

Mr Micheal Ikpoki, the Chief Executive Officer of MTN Nigeria today told attendees at TECH+ Conferences and Expo in Lagos that the information and communication technology (ICT) sector can power the nation’s drive to become a major global economic power. Ikpoki, the MTN Nigeria CEO, the largest mobile telephony company in the country says that […]

CEO: Etisalat Nigeria gained market leadership with mobile Internet

#NGTF2015: Made-in-Nigeria SIM cards to lift ICT sector in 2015, Bindir says

[su_heading size=”14″ align=”left”]Made-in-Nigeria SIM cards will develop the local ICT sector in 2015 and beyond says Dr Umar Bindir, Director-General, National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) of Nigeria, in this article for the Nigeria Technology Forecast 2015 (#NGTF2015) the technology thought leadership annual by Technology Times, offers insights into Top 10 Key Trends that will shape and […]

CEO: Etisalat Nigeria gained market leadership with mobile Internet

Nigeria.com Founder, Atobatele: My Technology Predictions for 2013

    Founder of Nigeria.com, Ade Atobatele, looks into the tech crystal ball for 2013     Innovation In Nigeria Incubation/Innovation hubs go mainstream in Nigeria, but the majority don’t produce commercial hits, proving that neither innovation nor the incubation of innovation is easy. Federal and State Governments attempt to spur innovation through Open Data initiatives. […]

Only 4.5% of Nigerians own PC, government survey reveals

ICT crucial in fight against corruption, says EFFC boss

By Olubunmi Adeniyi Lagos. July 16, 2012. Executive Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Lamorde has emphasised the need for appropriate deployment of cutting-edge technology in Nigeria to win the fight against corruption and economic crime in the country. Speaking through his Chief of Staff, Jimmy Imo, Lamorde made this observation recently during […]

‘Yahoo Boy’ tried to bribe EFCC