Today's Headlines: Another Jailbreak In Ubiaja Aborted, Over 100,000 Flee Borno After B/Haram Attack.
PDP blames Buhari, APC for Twitter’s siting of hqrts in Ghana Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), yesterday, alleged that “the unabating misrule of the Buhari Presidency and the All Progressives Congress (APC)” pushed Twitter to take its African headquarters to Ghana instead of Nigeria, despite the fact that Nigeria has far more twitter traffic and more business prospects than Ghana.
In the Absence of The President who is currently in London for a medical Check up, Vice President Yemi Osibanjo took the seat and Chairled the weekly Federal Executive Council yesterday.In attendance was various Ministers and Political Personalities including the Minister of Finance and Health.According to The Nation Nigeria on their official twitter account, The Federal Executive Council (FEC) approved a total of N20,114,002,871 for the acquisition of various Operational equipments for the Nigerian Customs Service (NSC).
Netflix: why stocks plummeted despite record pandemic audience About 3.98 million people subscribed to Netflix between January and March.The streaming video giant Netflix reported a slowdown in subscriber growth, causing its stock market to plummet.About 3.98 million people signed up for Netflix between January and March, well below the 6 million projected by the company.
Customers of MTN, and other commercial banks such such First bank Nigeria plc, GT bank, United Bank of Africa and host of other banks received a sigh of relief on Sunday following the reconnection of the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) and banking apps that was hitherto disconnected last Friday. The
For long, electricity overbilling issue in Nigeria has become a problem to many Nigerians. Many have complained of how Electricity Distribution Companies are over charging them for "light they didn't use". This complaints led to protests by electricity consumers in Rivers State on Wednesday as they matched down to the office of Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company, PHEDC asking them to pack out of the state, sake of estimated billing and over billing. But how can someone having this same issue resolve
It seems as though some hotels in Nigeria are no longer rendering services worth the amount they collect from their customers or even putting efforts in making their customers comfortable for a night. Just few weeks ago, a lady shared a negative review about a hotel she paid 25k for a night, stating how the price wasn't worth the service she got. Now a young man has used Twitter as a means to complain about another hotel of which he didn't mention any names. He said that he had paid 10k to spend a night in the
Nigeria Customs Service of Ogun State Area Command 1 confirm that it successfully confiscate not less than 38 trucks of foreign rice on the border of the state.Punch News gathered that Mr. Peter Kolo the Area controller said “some of the rice were transported into the country with Coca-cola’s truck".
Commercial banks in Nigeria have been accused by telecommunications companies of fraudulent practices. The commercial banks were accused of not remitting commission to network providers. Report has it that Airtel, MTN Nigeria and other companies in the country have alleged that Commercial Banks in Nigeria have been charging network users for USSD usage, however, the banks have failed to remit commission to the network providers after charging users. Gbenga Adebayo, who is the Chairman of Association of
Today's Headlines: COAS Appears Before House Of Representatives, APC Rejects Akpabio As Party Leader
Pantami Reveals What Will Happen To Nigerians Who Don’t Do NIN Verification Of Their SIMs.The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Ali Pantami has warned that the government will soon take action against Nigerians yet to link their National Identification Numbers (NIN) with their SIM cards.
According to reports, the residents of Port Harcourt Rivers State, the Southern part of Nigeria, whom are customers and consumers of the Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHEDC), has demonstrated a peaceful unarmed protest against the high bills at which the private Electricity distribution company are charging them on monthly basis.
It is not a news again that Commercial banks in Nigeria have disconnected MTN customers from banking channels including the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data and banking apps.
Bank customers and Point of Sale (POS) operators in Ondo state are now groaning over incessant breakdown and poor internet services in the recent times, causing loss of millions of naira.The business owners lamented that the epileptic electronic bills payment platforms have been a huge disappointment thereby paralysing online business transactions in the country.
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The war on business deal between Nigeria's largest telecommunication firm, MTN and the banking sector promises not to end any time soon as the firm has now provided an alternative electronic payment platforms for their array of subscribers to recharge their phones and made other transactions.
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Access, GTB and First bank managements are reportedly planning to protest against the leading telecom company in Nigeria called MTN, following its unlawful actions on their customers which has hindered them from carrying out a convenient financial transaction provided by commercial Banks.
Many MTN sim card users in Nigeria on Friday, woke up to having difficulties in recharging or buying data bundles via USSD codes and mobile banking application channels.This problem resulted in up and downs as well as many speculations across the various social media platforms.
The phrase “the customer is always right” was originally coined by Harry Gordon Selfridge, founder of Selfridge Department Store in London in 1909, and is typically used by companies to: convince customers that they are with this company get good service customers good service Fortunately, more and more companies are giving up on this maxim.
Commercial banks have reconnected MTN customers to banking channels after disconnecting them from their channels, including the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) and banking apps last Friday.