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Among other things, Nigeria’s telecoms sector is expected to experience further investment growth this year, though there are challenges to be addressed. KUNLE AZEEZ reports   After the opportunities and challenges that characterised Nigeria’s telecommunications space in 2016, the 2017 has been predicted...

Despite seemingly impressive statistics available in-country, Nigeria’s Information and Communication Technology Development for 2016 has been globally...

One of Nigeria’s telecommunications company, Globacom, has sustained its prime sponsorship and exclusive telecoms partnership for the anticipated One...

The increased number of innovative smartphone devices being manufactured by various mobile device producers will continue to change the face of telephony...

Nigeria’s quest to accelerate digital broadcasting access across the country is gaining traction through the activities of pay-television companies in...

The Nigeria Internet Registrations Association (NiRA) has advocated the need to deepen local contents to boost local hosting of Internet contents in Nigeria. According to the President of NiRA, Mr. Sunday Folayan, it will continue to deepen collaborations with the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) and other stakeholders toward promoting local contents...

Nigerian government, through the Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN), says it plans to localise 50 per cent of Internet traffic in the country by...

An Information and Communication Technology (ICT) expert, Dr. Chris Uwaje, has called on the Federal Government to establish a technology development bank...

The Federal Government, through the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD), has extended its agreement with Cellulant Nigeria Limited...

A global information and communication technology firm, Ericsson said it would bring about a more sustainable telecommunications industry in African market...

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