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NUC to Establish  ICT Framework For Undergraduates

  By Charity Simon The Chairman, Information and Communication Technology Development Committee, National Universities Commission(NUC), Mr Johnson Asinugo,  has disclosed that a framework will be established for all undergraduates to pass through an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) training phase. 

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MTN Shares Rebound on Fresh Talks With CBN

MTN Group Ltd.’s shares rose the most in more than six months after Nigeria softened its stance over claims that Africa’s biggest wireless carrier illegally transferred $8.1 billion out of the country. The Central Bank of Nigeria made the accusation late last month, plunging the South African company into a …

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Benue NGO Donates Computer Laboratories to Schools

From  Chris Gaga, Makurdi A Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) in Makurdi, Angel Support Foundation, (ASF), has installed and donated solar digitally creative computer laboratories to eight secondary schools in four selected local government areas of the State. The programme which seeks to ‘connect women and youths in violent extremist prone …

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Apple Leads IT World Brands, As IBM Lags

Apple leads the IT world in terms of profitability and logo recognition, as IBM lags. That’s according to a recent study of 200 global companies by GraphicSpring. Data for the study comes mostly from recent Forbesrankings. Apple tops the study list, both in terms of profitability and logo recognition, which was …

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Internet Users in Nigeria Climb to 103.6m In July –NCC

Internet users in Nigeria increased marginally to 103.6 million in July, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)  has said. The NCC disclosed this on Wednesday in its Monthly Internet Subscribers Data for July posted on its website. According to the data, Airtel, MTN and Globacom gained more internet subscribers during the …

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Active Mobile Lines Decrease to 161.4m in July – NCC

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) said active mobile telephone lines in Nigeria decreased to 161.4 million in July. It said in its monthly subscriber’s operator data posted on its website on Wednesday that the active mobile lines at the end of July decreased to 161.42 million from the 162.30 million …

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