NCC Calls For Removal of Multiple Taxes on Telecoms

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There is urgent need to remove all barriers that are hindering the fast deployment of broadband services in Nigeria, especially incessant and multiple taxes and their enforcement, the Nigerian Communications…

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Simple Steps To Cultivating Ginger

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Ginger is well known in many human communities around the world. It is the underground rhizome of a perennial tropical crop called ginger plant (Zingiberofficinale). Originally, the plant is a…

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Nigeria Is Set To Be The Automotive Hub of Africa in 2050 – PwC

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If Nigeria remains committed to the implementation of its automotive policy, it may realise its potential of being the hub of the continent’s automotive industry, accounting for 70 per cent…

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A New Mobile Payment App Is Set To Be Unveiled

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Wi-PAY Technologies has disclosed its readiness to unveil a new mobile payment app called Wi-App, for smartphones -Android and iPhone operating system (iOS). The firm explained in a statement that…

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Nigeria Ranks Poorly On Ease To Do Business Table

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Nigeria continues to rank poorly among countries on the ease of doing business ranking, a report by the World Bank has shown. According to data released by the World Bank…

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Informal Sector Contributes 60% to Nigeria’s GDP – Ministry of Labour

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The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity, Dr. Clement Illoh, has said that the informal sector of Nigeria’s economy is responsible for creating about 90% of the jobs in…

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It Takes 110 Signatures To Clear A Cargo At Lagos Port

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Cargo inspection and clearance now pass through 110 signatures from government officials before consignments are cleared from the Lagos Port Complex and Tincan Island Port in Apapa. A corruption risk…

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Nigeria Signs N197 billion Digital Migration Deal

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THE march towards the 2017 date for Nigeria’s migration from analogue to digital switchover (DSO) got a boost yesterday, with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Media…

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Refineries Lack Access To Crude Oil – NNPC

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Group Managing Director,Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, on Tuesday, October 27, stated that the nation’s refineries not performing optimally because they are unable to access crude oil…

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Power Generation At Egbin Power Plant Drops To 660 Megawatts

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Power generation has dropped from 813 megawatts to 660 at the Egbin Power Plant in Lagos State, an official said yesterday. The plant, the nation’s biggest power generating outfit, has…

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Nigeria Ranks Fifth In The Cheapest Luxury Market – Lamudi

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In a survey conducted by Lamudi, a global property firm, Nigeria has been ranked fifth in the cheapest luxury market in the emerging market with a value of $967.03 million per…

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FG Needs N40bn To Complete Ajaokuta Rail

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Eighteen years after construction work commenced on the 276-kilometre standard gauge rail line linking Warri in Delta State to Ajaokuta, Kogi State, the project has not been delivered to the…

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FG Daily Spending On Fuel Subsidy Declines to N412.8 million

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The Federal Government’s daily spending on petrol subsidy has declined from the N1.07 billion it recorded as at September 8, to N412.8 million as at October 23. It earlier dropped…

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Data Floor Price For Telecoms Withdrawn By NCC

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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on Monday said it has withdrawn the “data floor price’’ for operators in the telecommunications industry. “Floor price’’ is a government or group-imposed price control…

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Discos Lack Justification For Hike In Tariff – NECAN

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NIGERIANS have been thrown into confusion over whose authority supersedes on the issue of electricity tariff increase. No sooner than President Muhammadu Buhari, assured Nigerians that there will be no…

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