Fed Govt, Telcos Differ On Tariff Hike

Communications, Innovations and Digital Economy Minister Bosun Tijani and telecommunication operators maintained different positions on the proposed plan to raise tariff across all networks. The telecommunication operators under the auspices of (Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) insisted that the hike in telecom tariff has become is

Brief Remark By Abia State Governor, Dr. Alex C. Otti, OFR, At The Official Signing Of The Dig-Once Policy In Abia State On May 1, 20204.

Protocols, 1.      I am glad to welcome everyone joining us for this brief ceremony where the State’s “Dig Once” policy will be signed to become an official policy of government to regulate and direct the laying and installation of underground broadband technology infrastructure

April 8 Solar Eclipse, An Experience Of A Life Time

As the much awaited Eclipse of the Sun will be on Monday, April 8, 2024, preparations have been made to ensure it’s experience does not in any way bring any negativity. This is even to the extent that contingency plans have been made

Denton Is a City You Must Avoid During the April 8 Solar Eclipse

By Jacob Vaughn There are cities you should avoid during the April 8 solar eclipse. Three Texas cities, including Denton, are on the list. You’re probably a little behind if you haven’t hashed out your eclipse plans at this point. But, we still have

BEWARE: FAA Issues Warning Ahead Of April 8 Total Solar Eclipse, To Hit Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, 12 Others

The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a warning about possible travel disruptions related to the April 8 total solar eclipse, revealing 15 States that will be affected. The warning covers airports along the path of totality – the area that will experience the greatest periods

Delta Varsity Partners Indigenous Oil And Gas Company On Engineering Training For Students

Delta State University of Science and Technology, Ozoro has signed a memorandum of understanding with MG VOWGAS LIMITED, an indigenous oil and gas servicing company for the practical engineering training of students of the nascent University. At the signing ceremony at the company’s

FDA to Finally Outlaw Soda Ingredient Prohibited Around The World

By MIKE MCRAE, SCIENCE alert An ingredient once commonly used in citrus-flavored sodas to keep the tangy taste mixed thoroughly through the beverage could finally be banned for good across the US. The FDA proposed in November to revoke the registration of a

Texas Parks And Wildlife Votes Unanimously To Swap 43 Contested Acres To Elon Musk’s SpaceX For 477 Acres A Few Miles South

Some of the 43 contested acres are landlocked with no public access but with protected plant and animal species. BY VALERIE GONZALEZ AND  THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SpaceX would acquire public land in Texas to expand its rocket-launch facilities under a tentative deal that is moving forward after

Gov Oborevwori Appoints Louis Osiobe, Tech Guru As State Webmaster

The Delta State Government has appointed a State Webmaster. He is Mr Louis Zuokumor Osiobe (D2), a renowned website developer. He is to oversee all websites of the state government, including all ministries and MDAs. The Executive Assistant (EA) to the Delta State

Toyota-Owned Automaker Halts Japan Production After Admitting It Tampered With Safety Tests For 30 Years

Daihatsu, the Japanese automaker owned by Toyota, has halted domestic production after admitting it forged the results of safety tests for its vehicles for more than 30 years. The brand, best known for manufacturing small passenger cars, has stopped output at all four