Russia has announced that it will quit the International Space Station (ISS) after its current commitment expires in 2024 and will focus more on creating its own orbital outpost. Although Russia is yet to inform other partners about its decision, NASA officials, who want to extend operations of the space station through 2030, have expressed confidence that Russia would remain.
The Court of Appeal sitting in Port Harcourt has ordered the popular subscription-based platform, MultiChoice, to sub-license some of its channels to Metro Digital, a multi-channel terrestrial digital service provider in Nigeria. The judgement was delivered on Wednesday by Justice Olabode Adegbehingbe, who ruled that the lower court erred in dismissing the suit of Metro Digital (the Appellant) when the appellant provided proof of the existence of the dispute between itself and MultiChoice (the first Respondent).
MultiChoice Nigeria is the Subsidiary company of MultiChoice Africa, owner of DStv and GOtv has received directives from the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) to increase the number of times subscribers suspend subscriptions to at least four times annually. More so, MultiChoice had allowed suspension of accounts for a fixed period between seven to fourteen days twice yearly
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) stated that it has introduced a tracking system to enhance the process of issuance and collection of passports. The Acting Comptroller-General, NIS, Idris Jere disclosed this to journalists during a virtual media briefing. According to him, “The NIS has introduced a passport tracking system. With the system, applicants can now trace the status of their passports from the comfort of their homes.
Tech giant Apple Inc, trading as AAPL.O on the NASDAQ has on Monday became the first company to hit a $3 trillion stock market value, before ending the day a hair below that milestone. AAPL.O broke the barrier when its share price hit $182.86 before closing at $182.01. The world's most valuable company hit an intraday record high of $182.88 on the first trading day of 2022, putting the company's market value just above $3 trillion. The stock ended the session up 2.5% at $182.01, with Apple's market capitalization at $2.99 trillion.