Navigating Interconnection Charge Settlement Challenges in the Nigerian Telecom Sector

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Elvis Eromosele The Nigerian telecommunications sector, a dynamic landscape driven by innovation and increasing connectivity, stands out as a high-performing industry within the country. It...

Time For NCC To Ease Consumer Pain By Unraveling The Data...

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Elvis Eromosele In recent years, the telecommunications landscape in Nigeria has witnessed exponential growth, with an increasing number of users relying on data services for...

Responsive Customer Service As Bridge to Business Accessibility

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By Elvis Eromosele  As children, we were taught that communication is a two-way street. It's not just about talking; it's also about listening. It's not...

Ensuring Seamless Network Transitions in MTN Nigeria’s Tower Transfer

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By Elvis Eromosele Telecommunications is infrastructure. And infrastructure is not cheap. The firm that has made the most astute investment in infrastructure leads the pack....

Putting Out Fires: Public Relations Professionals as Modern-Day Firefighters

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By Elvis Eromosele A brand was in the news recently, struggling to put out fires. The company had had a young lady arrested for what...

Navigating Nigeria’s Economic Turbulence: Charting Paths for Sustainable Growth

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By Elvis Eromosele The exit of multinational corporations like Procter & Gamble (P&G) from Nigeria speaks volumes about the intricate challenges faced by the country's...

Upholding Quality of Service in Nigeria’s Communications Sector

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By Elvis Eromosele The Nigerian telecommunications sector has undergone a remarkable transformation, evolving from a modest network of fewer than 500,000 connected lines to a...

Addressing Nigeria’s Sanitation Crisis: Battling Open Defecation in Lagos

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By Elvis Eromosele I was at Ikeja underbridge recently and couldn't find a place to ease myself. I looked, hard. People have had the same...

Nigeria’s Missed Gas Demand Windfall: Implications and Remedies

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By Elvis Eromosele The Nigerian economy depends largely on hydrocarbons. Yet, in the wake of the Russian-Ukrainian war and the subsequent energy crisis that gripped...

Tyranny of the Mighty – Traditional Banks vs Fintechs in Nigeria

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By Elvis Eromosele The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aim to transform our world. The 17 goals are a universal call to action to...

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How You Can Join The Billion-Dollar Tech Club

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By Rarzack Olaegbe Exclusivity is unique. It elevates you. It creates an aura of superiority around you. It bamboozles others so that non-members of an...
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Youth Empowerment Foundation Set to Empower 12,000 Girls in Nigeria

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The Youth Empowerment Foundation (YEF), a non-governmental organisation, has targeted empowering about 12,000 girls through different life skills this year across Nigeria. The Foundation...

At Least 30 Per Cent Of Nigerians Are Illiterate- FG

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The Federal Government has announced that at least 30 per cent of Nigerians are illiterates. Adamu addressed the Education Writers’ Association of Nigeria (EWAN) 2022...

Nigeria, Others To Get €2.85 Million Germany Agricultural Fund

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Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development is contributing Euro 2.85 million to the Standards and Trade Development Facility over a period of...

Nigeria Fertilizer Production Capacity Hits 8m Metric Tonnes

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With about 70 registered fertilizer-blending plants in the country, Nigeria has the capacity to produce eight million metric tonnes of fertilizer per year, industry...