The governing council of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) has approved the expansion of the Nigerian Content Intervention Fund from $200 million to $350 million. The $150 million increase, was part of the decisions taken at the recent NCDMB governing council meeting, which held virtually on June 16, 2020. The meeting was […]
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By Michael Eboh The Governing Council of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) has approved the establishment of a $50 million Nigerian Content Research & Development Fund (NCR&DF), to boost research and development in the Nigerian petroleum industry. In a statement in Abuja, the NCDMB stated that the approval for the establishment ofRead
LAND Rover will celebrate the arrival of the New Defender in Africa with a 110-minute special online streaming event promising informative discussions, interesting news and in depth looks at an icon reimagined for the 21st century.
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Google will pay partnered media publishers in three countries and offer some users free access to paywalled news sites, the tech giant said Thursday. The announcement comes after legal battles in France and Australia over Google’s refusal to pay news organizations for content. In a blog post the firm said they would launch “a licensingRead More
By Agbonkhese Oboh Certified Computer Manufacturers of Nigeria, CCMON, has raised the fresh alarm, saying poor implementation of the Federal Government’s local content policy, as it relates to its avowed support for local content in all public procurement as contained in the Executive Order 3 and 5, is shrinking market for made-in-Nigeria computers. The fiveRead
Nigeria has achieved 40.18 percent broadband penetration, the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Alli Ibrahim Pantami, disclosed yesterday.
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The chief executives of Nigerian maritime agencies have said they would put legal and operational measures in place to ensure that Nigerian seaports commence 24 hours operation to evacuate cargoes by first quarter of next year. The chief executive officers who met on Tuesday at the headquarters of the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) brainstormed on […]
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