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Linkserve appoints new MD, launches new product

Internet Service Provider, Linkserve made it double last week, when it announced the appointment of Mr. Victor Oisaghie as the company’s new Managing Director as well as the launch of a new product tagged Linkserve Hosting Making the announcements, Linkserve’s Chairman, Mr. Chima Onyekwere, said that the appointment of Oisaghie was in line with the company’s drive to reposition itself in the industry even as it strived to provide the best services possible to Nigerians tapping on Oisaghie’s skill and experience.
Onyekwere described the new Managing Director, as a strong IT person, being one of six Cisco certified internetwork experts in Africa.

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ICT can rescue economy, says Ekuwem

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has been described as the only viable tool through which Nigeria could move out of the current global economy meltdown. The National President, Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria, Dr. Emmanuel Ekuwem stated this while announcing the opening of the 2009 COMBIT Africa and exhibition to be held in Lagoon Restaurant, Lagos.

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Lagos holds science & tech week today

LAGOS state ministry of science and technology has announced plans to hold the 2009 national science and technology week.
The state commissioner for science and technology, Dr. Kadri Hamzat said it has become imperative to give Nigerian students proper orientation about science and technology at foundation level before their choice of career in the area of science and technology.

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HiTV, ACON lock horn in Court over EPL broadcast

In late 2006 when Entertainment Highway Limited owners of HiTV, a Nigerian owned Digital Satellite and cable Television, snapped the European Premier League, EPL rights from the firm grips of South African owned Multichoice, Nigerians jubilated and perhaps heaved a sigh of relief that the cries and hues of monopoly in the Direct To Home and generally PayTV sector was over.

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