Culled from Thisday Nnewspaper According to Thisday News Paper of Monday 29th February 2016, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has fined MTN Nigeria and Globacom (Glo) a total of N34 million for breach of the Mobile Number portability (MNP) business rules and regulations. NCC noted that of the N34 million sanction for number porting breach Globacom […]Read more "FINES AS A MEANS OF ENSURING COMPLIANCE BY THE OPERATOR, MTN "
Culled from Guardian Newspaper The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), will today, arraign former Minister of Interior, Abba Moro before Justice Chikere of the Federal High Court, Abuja. Moro, who is standing trial for an 11-count charge bordering on money laundering and other offences, is to be arraigned alongside four other suspects over the […]Read more "EFCC ARRAIGNS MORO TODAY, REMANDS SECONDUS, AMAMG"
Culled from Guardian Newspaper To drive sustainable economic growth in the face of dwindling allocation from the Federation Account, the Enugu State government yesterday, revealed plans to ‘commercialise or privatise’ 17 moribund industries. The plan would top the list of discussions at a two–day investment summit tagged “Oganiru Enugu,” billed to hold from April 12 […]Read more "ENUGU TO PRIVATISE 17 MORIBUND INDUSTRIES – Holds two-day investment summit in April"
Culled from Guardian Newspaper The 6th prosecution witness in the ongoing trial of the former Director-General of Nigerian Maritime Safety and Administration Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Patrick Akpolobokemi and others, Mr. Uchenna Emenalo, yesterday informed the court that he was paid N29 million for the contract he did not bid for by NIMASA. Emenalo made the […]Read more "I DIDN’T BID FOR NIMASA CONTRACT BUT GOT PAID, SAYS WITNESS"
Culled from Thisday Newspaper Search engine giant, Google Nigeria, National Film and Videos Censors Board and Home Vida, has called on the government, organised private sector and the civil societies to put policies on ground that would improve safety of users while on the web.They made this known at an interactive session in Lagos to commemorate Safer Internet Day, […]Read more "Google, NFVCB, others Advocate for Safety Online."
Culled from Thisday newspaper The Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) has said it will partner other organisations in the country to eliminate corruption in the nation’s seaports.NSC Director of Consumer Affairs Department, Ms. Azuka Ogo, who dropped the hint in Lagos at a two-day workshop on “Corruption Risk Assessment and Implementation of Integrity Plan in the Ports Sector”, said the council […]Read more "NSC Partners Other Organisations to Curb Corruption"
President Muhammadu Buhari has set machinery for the establishment of Bureau for Money Laundering Control (BMLC) to tackle money laundering related cases in the country. The bureau when established would ensure that all designated businesses and professions comply with the provisions of the money laundering act and exercise supervision. The president had sent the bill […]Read more "FG seeks to establish money laundering control bureau"