Come June 2015, a new Speaker of the 8th House of Representatives in the 4th Republic will be elected to replace the incumbent, Rt. Hon. Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, who [more]
By Bayo Oluwasanmi - May 10, the second Sunday of May was Mother's Day in North America and Canada. Mother's Day is a day which gives children the opportunity to express [more]
There is no doubt that social media played a pivotal role in the 2015 Nigeria’s presidential election. From the Photoshop images of President Jonathan (GEJ) carrying his [more]
Russia said on Friday the United Nations Security Council should not intervene in Burundi's constitutional dispute that has sparked the biggest political crisis in the [more]
- Liberia to be Declared Ebola-Free May 9, 2015
Liberia is set to be declared Ebola-free on Saturday. It will have been 42 days since the country’s last known case of the deadly virus. In total, this regional epidemic ... Read more
- Russia: U.N. Security Council Should Stay Out Of Burundi Dispute May 3, 2015
Russia said on Friday the United Nations Security Council should not intervene in Burundi’s constitutional dispute that has sparked the biggest political crisis in the East African state since an ... Read more
- US-Based Nigerian Woman Kills Husband For Sleeping With Her Sister April 27, 2015
A 35-year-old Nigerian woman, Temitope Adebamiro, has been arrested by the New Castle Police in Delaware, United States, for stabbing her 37-yearold Nigerian husband and father of her two children, ... Read more
- Nigeria Igbos In Diaspora Irate Over Texas-based Nigerian Doctor For Calling Xenophobic Attack On Igbos April 25, 2015
Many Nigerian Igbos in the Texas area have recently been concerned about the comment of one Dallas-based Nigerian doctor, Adeniran Abraham Ariyo. They believe that Doctor Adeniran Ariyo comments on ... Read more
- South Africa seeks diplomatic support to defeat anti-immigrant unrest April 18, 2015
South Africa sought diplomatic support from countries across the continent on Friday to defeat the “demon” of anti-immigrant violence in which at least four people have been killed over the ... Read more
- Ethiopia Launches 4G Mobile Service In The capital March 21, 2015
Ethiopia’s state-run telecoms monopoly has launched a fourth generation (4G) mobile service in the capital Addis Ababa, aiming to catch up with the high-speed communications available in some east African ... Read more
- Abdulmumin Jibrin: The Man The Speaker’s Cap Fis – By Godwin Onyeacholem May 16, 2015
Come June 2015, a new Speaker of the 8th House of Representatives in the 4th
Republic will be elected to replace the incumbent, Rt. Hon. Aminu Waziri
Tambuwal, who many Nigerians believe has had a glorious stint in that exalted
No doubt, the ... Read more
- Has Religion Failed Us? By Victor Agusiobo May 16, 2015
These are rainbow times for God’s own world. His otherwise peaceful cosmos is swiftly turning into a chaos. Too many things, of incredible extremities happen at frenetic speed. There is so much blood every where. The Great Master himself seems ... Read more
- Another Mother’s Day Full of Grieve And Loss Without Chibok Girls May 16, 2015
By Bayo Oluwasanmi – May 10, the second Sunday of May was Mother’s Day in North America and Canada. Mother’s Day is a day which gives children the opportunity to express their appreciation, gratitude as well as love to their ... Read more
- As We Await The Promised Change – By Toks Ero May 9, 2015
It is a good sign for the strengthening of Nigeria’s democracy that a ruling party which had hitherto boasted that it would retain its hold on power for 60 years can be ousted by an opposition party. It amounts to ... Read more
- Is Nigeria’s President-Elect, General Mohammadu Buhari Ready for the New Social Media World? – By Paul Omoruyi May 9, 2015
There is no doubt that social media played a pivotal role in the 2015 Nigeria’s presidential election. From the Photoshop images of President Jonathan (GEJ) carrying his luggage from Abuja across a river to Otuoke village to General Buhari’s (GMB) ... Read more
- Toward A New Nigeria (3) : Buhari Should Trim Government Fats To Bare Bones May 3, 2015
By Bayo Oluwasanmi – Nigeria is near bankruptcy. The outgoing government of President Goodluck Jonathan acts in a fashion that would drive any private enterprise into bankruptcy.
While the private sector is tightening its belt and learning to live with a ... Read more
- David Cameron, Samuel Miliband And The Next British Prime Minister – By Dr. Moshood Fayemiwo April 25, 2015
There is something funny about the way politics is played in Great Britain. British politics is also unique; no written constitution but only traditions, old rules and customs to follow. Love or hate it, the UK is still the “first ... Read more
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|Nigeria Globalcom Addresses Service Quality Issues
As its response to the challenges of quality of service (QoS), Globacom said it has earmarked $100 million for the upgrade of its switches to redefine its subscribers’ experience on its data network. Its ongoing equipment swapping project will see more than 60 per cent of its base transmission stations (BTS) across the country replaced with third generation (3G) facilities, the telco said in Lagos while outlining steps it has taken so far to improve QoS….
|19 Words That Will Make People Like You MoreWant to make a better first impression and engender positive feelings that last a long time? Focus on what you say as much as what you do. First impressions can lead to lasting impressions. So to improve, a lot of people will tell you to dress better, read more (so you’ll have interesting things to talk about), and ensure that your online presence is respectable (because many people will check you out online before meeting in person)…..|
|Impact Of China’s Reforms On NigeriaIn 2012 Chinese investment in Nigeria was $15.6 billion (the highest in sub-Saharan Africa), according to The Heritage Foundation, a Washington-based think-thank. These investments, most of them contracts, were in the technology, transport, real estate and energy sectors. Fifty-three percent were…..|
|Mapping The Broadband Investment Opportunities In NigeriaIn a world of increasing internet activity and dependence, prospective investors are in for high return on investment in broadband infrastructural development or in content delivery services. Nigeria investment opportunity will definitely be remembered as the story before broadband and after broadband! The consensus of many telecom financial experts after Nigeria telecoms mobile growth trajectory is that data transmission will be the next major area of investment opportunity…|
|African Leaders Among Twitter’s ‘Most Conversational Leaders’Africa is home to some of the most conversational leaders on Twitter, according to the latest Twiplomacy report – a leading global study on world leaders using Twitter. The tweets of Ugandan Prime Minister @AmamaMbabazi, Rwanda’s President@PaulKagame and Rwanda’s Foreign Minister @LMushikiwabo are almost exclusively @replies to their followers. Seventy-one percent of African leaders are on Twitter….|
|Growing Africa’s Intra-Trade PotentialHow to break the colonial legacy of exporting goods ‘overseas’ and raise the level of trade between African countries? This has been an issue the African Union (AU) has grappled with since it devoted its January 2012 summit to the issue of ‘Intra-African trade’. The annual Economic Development in Africa report by the United Nations….|