MTN Converts to Public Company

MTN Nigeria Communications (MTN) announced that it has finalised plans to be listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), converting it from a private to a public company.
Mr Ferdi Moolman, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) made the disclosure yesterday in a statement.

95m Invalid SIM Data Jeopardizes National Interest-NCC

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has disclosed that about 95.7 million subscribers have been improperly registered since the exercise started in 2011, making the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card data
The Executive Commissioner, Stakeholder Management at NCC, Mr Sunday Dare, who was represented by Mr Efosa Idehen, the Director, Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement at the commission made the statement during the South-south regional sensitisation workshop on the dangers of fraudulently-activated SIM cards organised by the commission in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

NIMC Obtains Info Security For Data Protection

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has obtained the highest global standards for Information Security Management System (ISMS), making it one of the few Government-owned facilities certified under the platform in Africa, Vanguard reports.

Invest in Nigeria’s ICT Park, FG Urges Huawei

As part of efforts to ensure a digital world for it teeming youths, the Federal Government of Nigeria has urged Huawei Technologies to invest in the Nation's ICT Park with a view to empowering youths with ICT knowledge and skills. Nigeria Minister of Communications Adebayo Shittu made the appeal on behalf of the Federal Government during a meeting with the Supervisory Board of Huawei Technologies in Lagos.

Nigeria Internet Users Hit 114.7m - NCC

The Nigeria Communication Commission (NCC), has revealed that internet users in Nigeria increased slightly to more than 114,752,357 million in February 2019. The agency made this known on Monday in its Monthly Internet Subscribers Data for February posted on its website.

Nigeria Ranked Third In Mobile Malware Attacks In 2018

The world has become more of a global environment, the role of smartphones in business and day to day life is growing rapidly. In response, cybercriminals are paying more attention to how they are distributing malware and the attack vectors used. Four African countries were listed in terms of top 10 countries by share of users attacked by mobile malware; with Nigeria climbing from fifth place in 2017 to third in 2018.

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