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Chams donates food to prison inmates

Inmates of the Kirikiri Prisons were last week treated to delightful time as Chams Nigeria Plc donated food to them. The donation was part of the Soup Kitchen, a quarterly corporate social intervention by the technology conglomerate, in which it provides cooked food to various less-privileged people in the society.

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GIFIC hits at unemployment with empowerment workshop

As unemployment rate in Nigeria continues to assume an alarming proportion, succor came the way of the unemployed people last week as GIFIC, an indigenous print solution giant and market leader in the heat transfer business organised an empowerment workshop to empower Nigerians on how to become successful enterpreneurs.
The workshop, was primarily aimed at creating awareness about some hidden opportunities in the printing industry which anybody could tap on and become a successful and fulfilled business man.

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..Launches IP based branch connectivity for enterprise

Consolidating its leadership position in the Enterprise Solutions market, MTN Nigeria, has launched another service to facilitate cost effective branch connectivity solution. The solution according to MTN’s Corporate Services Executive, Mr Wale Goodluck is another unique service born of MTN’s commitment to develop cutting edge communication solutions to empower Enterprise customers to perform optimally.

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MTN exhausts 0803,0806 unveils 0813 new numbering range

MTN Nigeria,at the weekend announced that it has exhausted the 0803, 0806 numbering ranges, and has unveiled a new numbering prefix 0813. The numbering according to the company, would be available in the market from Monday. MTN commenced commercial operations in August 2001, via the numbering ranges 0803,and later moved on to 0806, when the 0803 numbering plan was exhausted. It also unveiled the 0703 and 0706 numbering plans after securing the Unified Access license.

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Using mobile phone in conflict situation takes center stage at Global Media Forum

With the global paradigm shift from traditional to new media, how best to use mobile phone as a tool in conflict situation and political hot spots was focus of discussion at the just concluded Global Media Forum, (GMD) in Bonn, Germany where no fewer than 1,200 participants from about 100 countries gathered to discuss conflict prevention in the multimedia era.

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‘Failure of NigComSat1 shouldn’t discourage ICT dev in Nigeria’

Mr. Andrew Aroh is the President, Society of Satellite Professionals International (SSPI), Nigeria. The Society, with international Headquarters in New York, United States of America (USA), concerns itself with professional issues in the satellite communications industry. In this interview with, Laide Akinboade, he bares his mind on moves by the body to enhance expertise in telecommunications among Nigerians and promote networking among professionals.
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