By Chris Ochayi ABUJAâ€”The Federal Government yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and Development Lease Agreement (DLA) with eleven private sector real estate developers to construct 1, 729 affordable housing units across the country.
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 MTNâ€™s Corporate Services Executive, Mr Wale Goodluck is another unique service born of MTNâ€™s commitment to develop cutting edge communication solutions to empower Enterprise customers to perform optimally.Read More
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.Read More
The group urged Mr. President and the amiable Governor of Delta State to see the exigent need for the Delta Central Senatorial District, which is the second highest oil producing Senatorial District in Delta State, to have its turn this time around.Read More
IF Middle East and Africa mobile operator Zain Group finally agrees to sell its Celtel Africa unit to a bidding French media conglomerate, Vivendi SA this week, the Nigerian operation of the company may be heading for the 6th time name change.Read More
The dissolved members of SUBEB had, through their counsel, Faith Osadolor Chambers, written to the state House of Assembly preventing the state governor from appointing any persons as board members for SUBEB.Read More
By Chidi Nkwopara OWERRIâ€”Traditional rulers in the South East geo-political zone of the country have been charged to join the current battle against crime and criminals and also lead the crusade in their respective domains.
Textile workers on Mon day in Lagos urged the Federal Government to intervene in the dwindling fortunes of the sector. The workers under aegis of the National Union of Textile and Garment Workers of Nigeria (NUTGWN), expressed worry about imminent job losses in textile industries across the country.Mr Issa Aremu, the unionâ€™s General Secretary, told
It was clear from the deliberations that the chairman and the entire councillors were at loggerheads, as the lawmakers also rejected the income and expenditure from October 2008 to March 2009 forwarded to them by the chairman, saying what it demanded from the executive was an income/expenditure for one year with bank statements, specifying allocations to the council within the period.Read More
By Emeka Mamah Kaduna â€” The Kaduna State Government says it is set to tackle headlong the social menace of street begging by Koranic pupils popularly called Almajirai, with the establishment of a boarding primary school for them.