Samuel Olomu

3.0 Verse, Palremit partner to launch virtual card in Nigeria

According to the companies, with the introduction of virtual cards, Nigerians can now transfer funds smoothly to over 150 countries.
Samuel Olomu
1:50
Jan 16, 2024

Nigeria launches initiative to promote broadband uptake

The minister indicated that this project will launch in seven states by the end of the first quarter of 2024.
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Nigeria’s Anambra State adopts start-up Act to boost digital economy

The State is aiming to leapfrog students and youths to become Africa's digital tribe, solving challenges through technology.
1:10
Jan 9, 2024

Nigeria plans to introduce a new stablecoin next month

Africa Stablecoin Consortium intends to launch a compliant Nigerian Naira stablecoin on February 27.
2:00
Dec 21, 2023

Nigeria gets additional broadcast and telecom frequencies

According to the ITU resolutions, the recent conference accepted the Radio Regulations Board's suggestion to allow 41 states, including Nigeria, to acquire new and useable orbital resources for satellite broadcasting.
2:20
Dec 14, 2023

MTN Nigeria says tower contract award to ATC is conclusive

MTN Nigeria has stated that there is no going back on its decision to award the 2500 tower sites contract to the American Tower Corporation (ATC).
2:00
Dec 11, 2023

Lagos governor announces 6,000km metro-fibre project

One of Lagos State's efforts for the creative industry, according to the governor, is the deployment of a 6,000-kilometer metro-fibre project, which he claims is already 50% complete.
2:10
Dec 1, 2023

Nigeria's ICT sector losing investment

Nigeria's information and communication technology sector, which has fueled economic development for more than five years, is slowing.
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7,000 Nigerian women join tech government-funded training

The government says the programme will support women in technology by giving them a place to network and pool resources to help develop their projects.
2:20
Nov 23, 2023

Nigeria tightens laws to tackle yearly cyber-crime losses of $500m

According to the Nigerian Communications Commission, cyber-crime costs the country $500 million per year, and includes hacking, identity theft, cyber terrorism, harassment, and internet fraud.
1:50
Nov 22, 2023

Nigeria launches start-up support platform

According to authorities, the portal will be the engine room for the implementation of the Nigerian Start-up Act.
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Nigeria drives digital transformation agenda

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu the Ministry of Communications, Innovation and Digital Economy to accelerate the nation’s economy by diversifying it.
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Nov 17, 2023

2Africa subsea cable to land in Nigeria this month

Lawmaker lauds the landing of the cable 45,000km in Nigeria and the benefits it will bring.