Airtel Nigeria Wins Africa’s Telecommunications Award

AIRTEL Nigeria has been named ‘Africa’s Telecommunications Company of the Year’ because of its laudable contributions to the growth of the telecoms industry in Nigeria. The award was conferred on the Telecom at the 6th African Business Leadership Forum and Awards 2015, which held at …

Goi Community Drags Shell Nigeria to Court

GOI Community in Gokana Local Government Area of the state has sued SPDC, and some others, over claims of exclusion from the recent payment of 55million Pounds Sterling compensation to residents of Bodo Community. In suit No. FHC/PH/CS/132/2015, instituted at the Federal High Court, …

Airtel Launches New Roaming Service

IN keeping with its vision of enriching the lives of its customers, Airtel Nigeria, leading telecommunications service provider, has launched a new roaming service. This will enable its subscribers receive unlimited free incoming calls when roaming in five major countries across five continents. …

MTN Wins UK Award

MTN Nigeria has been awarded the prestigious Investors in People Gold certification by the governing board of the United Kingdom-based organisation. The Investors in People Standard is a UK quality standard introduced in 1991. The Gold certification followed an earlier accreditation of …

NLNG Urges Procurement Officers to be Transparent

THE Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas, NLNG, has charged procurement managers to ensure transparency and efficiency in contract and procurement processes. Babs Omotowa, chief executive officer and managing director, Nigeria LNG Limited, said due processes, transparency, benchmarking …

Maritime University Starts Soon

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency says that the Maritime University will soon start academic activities and that the agency has trained 2500 Nigerians in Nautical Science and other maritime causes abroad …

Buhari’s Total War on Boko Haram

President Muhammadu Buhari is seriously working on his plan to totally eliminate Boko Haram insurgents by relocating the military command centre to Maiduguri and rallying international support for the war against the group …

Court Restrains Kashamu’s Arrest

A FEDERAL high court in Lagos, on Wednesday, May 27, restrained the inspector general of Police, IG, attorney general of the federation, AGF, and other government agencies from arresting Buruji Kashamu, senator-elect for Ogun East Senatorial District, for onward extradition to the United States …

Buhari: A New Set of Values

THE impending May 29 installation of Muhammadu Buhari as Nigeria’s president is not seen by most Nigerians as representing just a change of government. It is rather considered an inauguration of a new social order. Everyone remembers with nostalgia the values of order, discipline, honesty …