NITDA Commission Multi-Million  ICT Park In South-Southern Nigeria

NITDA Commission Multi-Million ICT Park In South-Southern Nigeria

NITDA Commission Multi-Million  ICT Park In South-Southern Nigeria

The National Information Technology development agency has commissioned

To Achieve Digital Economy, Nigeria Needs Solid Infrastructure and Infrastructure Service- Pantami

To Achieve Digital Economy, Nigeria Needs Solid Infrastructure and Infrastructure Service- Pantami

To Achieve Digital Economy, Nigeria Needs  Solid Infrastructure and Infrastructure Service- Pantami

The Nigerian Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Ali Pantami has revealed that there are plans for more areas in the country both underserved and un-served to enjoy more broadband penetration by 2025. The Honorable Minister said this during an advocacy for policies to achieve broadband penetration by 2025 in the country.

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Nigerian Banks And Their Twitter Handles

In this report, TechMirror Magazine brings to your bank and their Twitter handles. You can follow for better services
 
1) UBA @UBAGroup
2) GTB @gtbank
3) Zenith Bank @ZenithBank
4) Sterling Bank @Sterling_Banking
5) First Bank Plc @FirstBankngr
6) Wema Bank @wemabank
7) Access Bank @myaccessbank
8) Polaris Bank @polarisBankLtd
9) FCMB @myFCMB
10) Fidelity @fidelitybankplc
11) Union Bank @UNIONBANK_NG
12) Keystone Bank @keystonebankng
13) Stanbic IBTC @StandbicIBTC
14) Eco Bank @GroupEcobank
15) Unity Bank @UnityBankPlc
16) Jaiz Bank @JaizBankNG
17) Citibank @Citibank
18) Heritage Bank @heritagebankplc
'Loud' Angry Voices On Social Media Over Sowore's Rearrest

'Loud' Angry Voices On Social Media Over Sowore's Rearrest

The Nigerian Social Media has been filled with various reactions since the rearrest of the Publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore. 
It would be recalled that the activist was rearrested after earlier release by the same body.
 
 
Nigerians have however taken over social media to express their anger over the development
 
However Nigerians have condemned what they termed as lawless action of the men of Department of State Security by disrupting the court proceedings between the Publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowere and the Federal Government. 
 
According to a tweet @datvideoboyy "After the re arrest or kidnap of Human Right Activist #OmoyeleSowere by DSS, I can body sat that nobody is safe in this country. 
 
Another Nigerian who showed is grievances on twitter @Mr_BossMan9, who said, " the purpose for arresting #OmoyeleSowere inside the court is to prove to Nigeria Judiciary that the DSS is above the law. If they can do that to the Judiciary, then the National Assembly is a small fry, they are definitely next on DSS lot of things to tidy"
 
@Manufa_for who also tweeted said, " We further call for all law enforcement agencies in Nigeria to immediately respect not just the court order made by Justice Ojukwu but the order of any court in Nigeria or any detainee".
 
The Department of State security has however denied any wrongdoing stating that it never descracated the court as alleged.

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