Nigeria, Africa’s largest telecom market, has joined the list of countries on the continent that will impose prison sentences on officials at mobile operators that continually fail to deliver quality services to customers.
After emerging as the overall best candidate in the 2014 May/June WASSCE with eight A1s, 17-year-old Mickail Hasan could not afford to attend a university and had to work as a classroom teacher in a private school until a bank scholarship saved him.
Information and Communications Technology, ICT, experts call for the consumption of local technology through strict implementation of the local content law and standardization of local technology products to enable them compete internationally.
Christian and Muslim students have promised to always tolerate and respect each other's religious views in order to build a united Nigeria, following an interactive interfaith conference organized by the Young Catholic Students of Nigeria
164 former National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members who won the President’s NYSC Award have been rewarded with cash, automatic employment and Post-Graduate Scholarship by President Goodluck Jonathan.