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JAMB trails cyber cafe operators, others over fraud

JAMB trails cyber cafe operators, others over fraud

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board is on the trail of cyber cafe operators and others who are bent on compromising the integrity of its examination. “We will not stop war against these fraudsters until we achieve victory. We will stop at nothing to ensure this ugly trend is arrested,” the board’s spokesman, Dr. Fabian

Facebook launches plan to combat online extremism

US social media giant Facebook launched a campaign in Britain on Friday to counter the spread of online extremism following warnings from Prime Minister Theresa May after four terror attacks in three months.   Facebook said it would seek to educate charities and other organisations on how to fight hate speech, in the wake of

Bayelsa seals off NDDC over N336.17m tax default

The Bayelsa State Board of Internal Revenue, on Friday, sealed off the Yenagoa office of the Niger Delta Development Commission, over an alleged tax default of N336.17m. It was learnt that the intervention agency in the region is allegedly owing the state government since 2014. The enforcement team of BIR, with the full complement of

No plan to take over Etisalat, consortium insists

Strong indications emerged on Wednesday that the consortium of banks being owed N541 billion by Etisalat Nigeria has no intention of taking over ownership of the telecoms network. Some media reports had indicated that the consortium, led by Access Bank, had moved to take over the telecoms following the collapse of Emerging Markets Telecommunications Services,

NCC, CBN wade into Etisalat debt crisis

In Order to find a resolution to the debt crisis troubling Etisalat Nigeria, a meeting between the officials of the company, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and a consortium of banks has reportedly been scheduled for today. According to NCC, the consortium of banks seeking to take over Etisalat Nigeria