A security management consultant and President of Ebonyi Development Association in Lagos;  Dr. Felix Amah Nnachi has called for absolute independence of the Nigeria Police Force from being an extension of the Presidency whereby authorities of the Force are always doing the bidding of the President rightly or wrongly. Speaking […]

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) came together to deliberate on the realization of the Nigeria National Broadband Plan 2020 to 2025. Hereby seeking government’s full support for the actualisation of the NNBP 2020/25, The event took place at the maiden edition of the ‘Virtual Structured Engagement with Key Stakeholders in the Nigerian Telecoms & IT Sector on the NNBP 2020/2025’, organised by ATCON brought together captains of industries, stakeholders in the telecoms sector including the former Executive Chairmer of the N.C.C, Dr Ernest Ndukwe,now Chairman of MTN Nigeria. The full report of the NNBP which was prepared in understandable form for the forum by the Chairman of the Broadband Implementation Steering Committee, Engr. Usman Maska showed a set target of 25 MBPS Internet speed for urban area and 10 Mbps for rural area. The plan, according to Maska also include a target 90% 4G mobile coverage by 2025 and 70 % penetration for eligible individuals by 2025 as well as 50 % by 2023, which must include the physically challenged persons. Engr. Usman Aliyu Mahmud of the New Media and Information Security Department of the NCC who presented the plan on his behalf, stated that the timeline for the plan covers 10 major areas saying that the Minsister, Dr. Isa Pantami is the head of the Governance Structure for the NNBP. Earlier in his welcome address, the Minsiter disclosed that progress has been made in realizing some of the targets set in the new Broadband Plan. “Most of the challenges are being addressed. However, there is a critical need for deliberate efforts by all stakeholders towards ensuring that the targets set in this plan are realized”, he said.

  The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)and  the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON)have come together to deliberate on the realization of the Nigeria National Broadband Plan 2020 to 2025. Hereby seeking government’s full support for the actualisation of the NNBP 2020/25, The event took place at the maiden edition […]

In line with the commitment of the Force to improving the welfare of its personnel, especially in the area of providing financial services such as retail banking, soft loans and advances, financial advisory etc, the Inspector General of Police, IGP M.A Adamu, NPM, mni, today 10th March, 2021 launched the Nigeria Police Microfinance Bank (NPF-MFB) […]

  Again,  the Lagos State Waste Management Agency, LAWMA, has shown that truly the welfare and safety of its workers are of upmost importance when it distributed safety materials such as disinfectants, hand gloves, immune booster drugs, hand wash, hand sanitizers,  soaps, face masks amongst other items, enough to cater […]

Moving a step ahead and creating awareness campaign, the Managing Director of the Lagos State Waste Management Agency, LAWMA, Mr. Ibrahim Odumboni, is inviting all stakeholders both in the public and private establishments, Estate Managers, Recyclers and everyone interested in the business of recycling to a one day virtual interactions. […]