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  • President Biya Petitioned Over Internet Shut Down In Cameroun

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    Continental leading At-Large Structure (ALS) of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, the DigitalSENSE Africa, in collaboration with the Cyber Rights Advocacy Coalition (CRAC) has petitioned the president of the Republic of Cameroun, Mr Paul Biya, over Internet shut down in the southern part of the country. The group recalled that the incident…

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  • NCC Clamps Down On Illegal SIM Cards Registration Centres

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    The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) yesterday commenced the enforcement of indiscriminate SIM cards registration points arresting three agents in Abuja. Recall that the commission had earlier issued a directive on November 2016, to all mobile operators to from February 1, 2017 provide a controlled environment for registration of SIM cards or face N5million sanction. Speaking…

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  • FG Gives Cash Grants To 56 Innovators

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    The federal government yesterday in Abuja encouraged 56 inventors and innovators from the six geopolitical zones of the country with cash grants to promote and fine-tune their various projects. Presenting them with cheques, minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu, the chairman of the presidential standing committee on inventions and innovations (PSCII) said the…

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  • Inflows Into TSA Rise To N5.2trn

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       20,000 accounts belonging to MDAs closed – Accountant-general   DMO to float bond for small savers  The federal government has generated a whooping N5.244 trillion through the Treasury Single Account (TSA) since the commencement of the policy in August 2015 till date. One year after its implementation, the TSA policy conceived in 2012, which waited…

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  • Why Nigeria Needs To Key Into Biotechnology Global Evolution

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    A report recently published by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) says a total of 8.1 million people are currently facing acute food insecurity in Nigeria. According to the report, the food crisis, which represents 9 percent of the population, may further deteriorate to 8.7 million in the next lean period of June-August…

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  • Automated Systems Has Transformed Garki Market – Aluma

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    Garki Model Market is the first market on record to commence automated parking systems in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). In this interview with NKECHI ISAAC, the head of automation unit of the Abuja Markets Management Limited (AMML), Mr Ismail Aluma said automation has enhanced security and boosted revenue generation in the market. Garki Market…

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  • Green Bee Wins Centagon Inter-house Sports

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    Green Bee Eaters (‘Green’ House) have emerged winners of the sixth edition The Centagon International School (TCIS) Inter-house Competition with 923 points. The winers, who emerged tops in some of the games competed in – catching the train, fill the bottle, 50m race, G1, G2, G3, 25m race PK, hula-hoop G4-G5, sac race, 50m lemon…

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  • ICT, Panacea For Digital Transformation

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    The Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof Umar Garba Danbatta, has underscored the importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for digital transformation. Speaking at the 46th Convocation Lecture at the University of Nigeria Nsukka, Danbatta said that the role of digital transformation in our society should be appreciated beyond the…

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  • Renewable Energy: Battle For Future Generations

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    While developed nations are turning away from fossil fuels, developing nations still rely heavily on coal, oil, and natural gas for its energy. Fossil fuels are non-renewable, that is, they draw on finite resources that will eventually dwindle, becoming too expensive or too environmentally damaging to retrieve. It is our responsibility to conserve energy and…

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