Commonwealth countries share telecoms ideas in Abuja

Participants in a four-day Commonwealth Telecommunications Forum held recently in Abuja have resolved to take home and speedily implement the shared knowledge and expertise derived from the forum.The event which ended with a tour of the Nigerian Communications Commission Museum triggered commendations from representatives of countries that took part.

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African telecoms regulators meet in Lagos to discuss industry challenges

African telecom regulators recently gathered in Lagos to brainstorm on ways of addressing the challenges facing the telecom consumers and problems encountered by service providers.The theme of the forum was “Harnessing Regulatory Policies To Protect Telecom Consumers In  Africa.”An average telecom consumer has a bag full of complaints which ranged from poor quality of services, incomplete or dropped  calls, unsolicited telecom text messages and calls, unexpected charges to mention but few.

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70th birthday: Oba of Lagos advises well wishers against media greetings

As he turns 70 years on October 29, the Oba of Lagos, Oba Riliwan Babatunde Akiolu 1, has appealed to all those wishing to place congratulatory advertorials for him, either in the print or electronic media, to forego such plans saying the current atmosphere in the country does not warrant any form of merriment.
In a statement signed by the king’s media aides, Tokunbo Mumuni-Eshilokun and Kunle Odufuwa, Oba Akiolu advised such admirers, including individuals, corporate and multi-national organizations, to direct funds meant for

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Federal government decries ASUU's tactics on strike

 
The minister of Finance and the Coordinating Minister for the Economy, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has condemned the distribution of pamphlets with abusive and derogatory words against her by those she called “some elements in ASUU.”
 
In a statement signed by the minister’s media aide, Paul Nwachukwu, the minster expressed dissatisfaction over attempt to portray her as being insensitive to the plights of lecturers, students and their parents.

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