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Global financial meltdown: Businessmen who may lose billions of dollars, if…
Friday, October 10, 2008
By IKENNA EMEWU(ikenna@sunnewsonline.com)

Days of sorrow for the rich are here. It is a worldwide scourge that makes the wealthy, the powerful and the moneybags shed hot tears. That is the new calamity the world faces today that looks worse t...
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
NFA endorse Tinapa soccer fiesta
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
By MERCY JAMES

Nigeria Football Association, (NFA) have approved the participation of the Super Eagles in the Tinapa soccer fiesta billed to host two Premiership clubs, Manchester United and Portsmouth in Nigeria.
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
Advert pros raise alarm:Quacks on rampage, give us sleepless night – Adewale, IMC boss
Sunday, May 04, 2008
By SAMOD BIOBAKU

The boss of Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC), Mr. Segun Adewale, has raised alarm over the activities of quacks in the industry.
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
Glo now Nigeria’s largest GSM network –Survey
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
By OLA AGBAJE and AUGUSTINA TODO

Glo Mobile, Africa’s fastest growing telecommunication network, has overtaken MTN as the largest GSM network in Nigeria.
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
Zack Orji
Friday, April 21, 2006
NigeriaMovies.Net

I was born Zachee Ama Orji in Libreville, Gabon. However, most people call me Zack.
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
THIRD TIME LUCKY?
Monday, February 06, 2006
By Larry Claasen

Telkom, Orascom said to be excluded from new round of bidding for troubled Nigerian operator
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
Govt sells NITEL below reserved price
Friday, December 30, 2005
From Mathias Okwe and Betrand Nwankwo, Abuja

THE Federal Government yesterday sold three state-owned enterprises to investors at prices considered by privatisation officials as ridiculously low but inevitable.
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
NITEL: Orascom, Newtel emerge final bidders
Tuesday, December 27, 2005
Oluyinka Akintunde and Everest Amaefule, Abuja

Only two investors, out of the six pre-qualified for the acquisition of 51 per cent Federal Government shares in the Nigerian Telecommunications Limited and its mobile arm, Mtel, have made it to the f...
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
Three more firms may withdraw from NITEL bid
Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Everest Amaefule, Abuja

There were strong indications on Tuesday that three investors jostling for 51 per cent equity in the Nigerian Telecommunications Limited may withdraw from the process, thereby leaving only two contend...
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
Court stops FG from privatising NITEL
Tuesday, December 06, 2005
By Ise-Oluwa Ige

A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja yesterday gave an interim order stopping the Federal Government from going ahead with the privatisation of the Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (NITEL).
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
MTN Nigeria Earns N119bn in 6 Months
Thursday, November 24, 2005
By Tayo Ajakaye,

Nigeria’s mobile telecom service provider, MTN Nigeria Communica-tions Ltd has declared a gross earnings of N119 billion (R5.87 billion) for the six month period ended September 30, 2005. It also reco...
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
Cell Phones In Africa: Where is the Logic?

Grandiose Parlor

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Vodacom still keen on V-Mobile as bid vehicle expires
Monday, November 07, 2005
Reuters

A bid vehicle formed by local cellular operator Vodacom and UK-based Virgin to buy a stake in Nigeria's V-Mobile has expired, and Vodacom is keen to pursue the investment on its own, according to a V-...
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
GSM Association and MTN Nigeria plan for $30 GSM handsets in Nigeria
Friday, November 04, 2005
Mobile Africa

The GSM Association is extending it $30 handsets programme to Nigeria, in collaboration with MTN Nigeria.
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
Vodacom opts out of Telkom's Nitel bid
Monday, October 24, 2005
By Stewart Bailey

Vodacom Group, Africa's second-largest cellular company, would not join Telkom in bidding for Nigerian Telecommunications (Nitel) because it did not want to invest in a fixed-line business, it said la...
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
Telkom bids 51% of Nigeria's Nitel
Tuesday, October 18, 2005
By Lesley Stones

Telkom is said to be honing its bid for 51% of Nigerian telecommunications operator Nitel in a move that may bring in new partners.
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
NITEL records N16bn loss
Sunday, October 16, 2005
Everest Amaefule, Abuja

The Nigerian Telecommunications Limited lost N16.3billion in the year ended December 31, 2004, the company’s annual accounts for 2004 have revealed.
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
On track or Nigerian time?
Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Belinda Anderson

Nigeria’s Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), the body charged with privatising state assets in sectors like telecommunications and energy, says the process of selling off a controlling stake in fixed...
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
NITEL sale: BPE may disqualify Chinese firms
Monday, June 06, 2005
Everest Amaefule, Abuja

There were indications at the weekend that the Bureau of Public Enterprises may disqualify two Chinese equipment vendors from bidding for 51 per cent stake in the Nigerian Telecommunications Limited.
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
Nigeria has 21 bids for its majority stake in Nitel
Thursday, February 03, 2005
Business Report

Twenty-one companies had expressed interest in acquiring a controlling stake in Nigeria's debt-laden national phone carrier, Nitel, and its cellphone arm, M-Tel, the country's privatisation agency sai...
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
MONDAY QUARTER-BACKING: Two Strikes Against Halliburton in Nigeria
Monday, June 14, 2004
Mobolaji E. Aluko, PhD

Halliburton is in the news again – in Nigeria. But before proceeding much further, and to assist the Nigerian public, let us keep some of the names and dates straight in this unfolding saga.
Posted By : OnlineNigeria.com
 
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