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Federal Government bars outgoing calls on Sim Cards not linked to NIN
Federal Government bars outgoing calls on Sim Cards not linked to NIN

All mobile phone lines that have not been linked to the National Identification Number platform will no longer be able to make calls. This move may affect up to seventy-two-point-eight million mobile telecoms subscribers who are yet to comply with the government directive to link their SIM cards to their National Identification Numbers. This is as a…

President Buhari opens new Bank of Industry Building in Abuja
President Buhari opens new Bank of Industry Building in Abuja

The new head office of the Bank of Industry, also known as Tower 2 Building, has been opened in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. President Muhammadu Buhari commissioned the 15-storey Bank of Industry building through a zoom link from the State House in Abuja. President Buhari said he was impressed that the money that was spent on…

Pressure by Kogi State threatens telecoms services in 11 states
Pressure by Kogi State threatens telecoms services in 11 states

The Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria has warned about disruption of communication services in parts of the country. Areas to be affected include Kogi, Nassarawa, Benue, Enugu, Anambra, Edo, Ondo, Ekiti, Kwara, and Niger states, as well as parts of Abuja. The association said this is because of pressure by the Kogi State Internal Revenue…

Bread prices rise in some parts of Lagos
Bread prices rise in some parts of Lagos

Bread prices have gone up in some parts of Lagos, especially at shopping malls in the highbrow areas of Victoria Island and Lekki. This comes just as the Premium Bread-Makers Association of Nigeria announced that its members will be increasing prices to meet up with high cost of energy and foreign exchange. Lasgidi FM’s Najite Atirene spoke…

VP Osinbajo leads stakeholders for 2022 Agritalk on food revolution
VP Osinbajo leads stakeholders for 2022 Agritalk on food revolution

Plans are being made to assist rural communities and small-scale farmers in areas affected by conflict in Nigeria to scale up their production. Aside achieving self-sufficiency in food production, other goals include to produce enough food for export and to upon up rural communities in conflict areas for development. Nigeria’s Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, is to…

Kenyans to pay more for fuel as Ukraine war continues to affect crude oil price
Kenyans to pay more for fuel as Ukraine war continues to affect crude oil price

Kenyans will now pay more for fuel as the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues to affect the price of crude oil and refined products. The East African country’s petroleum regulator said the price of petrol and diesel will increase by five Kenyan shillings. The fuel prices regulator said the price of kerosene which is used in many…

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