MTN EXPLAINS REASONS FOR CHALLENGES WITH QUALITY SERVICE IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Nigeria’s leading telecommunications operator, MTN in a swift reaction to the NCC directive to pay fine for poor quality of telecommunication service said the company remained committed to ensuring the best quality of service for its teeming customers. Speaking through its Corporate Services Executive Akinwale Goodluck, the communication giant said it continues to employ the greatest effort to overcome the infrastructural and environmental challenges that impede the delivery of consistently good quality of service”. Read more

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MTN, ETISALAT, AIRTEL AND GLOBACOM TO PAY N1.17 BILLION PENALTIES FOR POOR QUALITY OF SERVICE

Four Nigerian mobile service providers, MTN Nigeria, Etisalat, Airtel and Globacom are to pay a cumulative sum of  N1,170,000,000 (One Billion, One Hundred and Seventy Million Naira) to the Nigerian Communications Commission as penalty for the poor quality of services rendered to their different subscribers in the months of  March and April 2012. Read more

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Tribute To Late Comrade Olaitan Oyerinde

Editor’s note: As the body of Late Olaitan Oyerinde, the Principal Private Secretary to the Governor of Edo state, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole is laid to rest today, Dipo Fashina and Abiodun Aremu write a tribute to eulogise the worthy comrade whom they said must live in our memory. The tribute is courtesy of Premium times. Read more

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FG REITERATES CALL ON AGGRIEVED GROUPS TO CEASEFIRE AND EMBRACE DIALOGUE

 The Federal Government has reiterated its call on all groups to ceasefire and come forward for dialogue.

The Vice President, Arc Mohammed Namadi Sambo, made this call Thursday, in Abuja at the National Symposium, organised by Nasirul-Lahi-Faith Society of Nigeria (NASFAT), tagged Islam and Peaceful Co-Existence in a Contemporary Multi Religious Society.  Read more

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BOMB EXPLOSION AVERTED IN BAYERO UNIVERSITY KANO

Premium Times had just reported that a major disaster has been averted at Bayero University Kano, as two locally-made bombs were discovered at the faculties of law and sciences of the university.

According to Premium Times, the bombs were discovered by the university security team who promptly called in the police. Read more

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OTTEH ACCUSES ONYUIKE OF FINANCIAL RECKLESSNESS

Director General of Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), Arunma Oteh, has accused the former head of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Ndidi Okereke-Onyuike of leading an era of broad financial abuses and violations of processes, which in large part accounted for the capital market crash that cost investors billions of life savings and funds. Read more

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FASHOLA SACK 778 DOCTORS, EMPLOYS 373 NEW ONES

Lagos State Governor, Babatunde Fashola, on Monday ordered the sacking of 778 striking doctors in the service of the state and announced the immediate recruitment of 373 new doctors.

In the statement signed by the Head of Service of the state, Adesegun Ogunlewe said the 778 doctors were relieved of their duties by the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital Board and the State’s Health Service Commission Read more

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