The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) wants to provide an exemption for startups providing essential services during the lockdown in Nigeria. The agency created an online form on April 5 to identify essential services companies.
Access to credit has evolved over the years. With digital lenders promising loans in minutes, just what is the trade off for the consumers?
The answer: Personal data
To enforce his right to privacy as enshrined in the Nigerian constitution, one Daniel John filed an application against True Software Scandinavia AB, the Swedish parent company of Truecaller.
He’ll be taking over from Dr. Vincent Olatunji, who resumed as the Acting DG in January.
Nigeria’s National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has approved the operating licence of RLG Communications Limited to enable it manufacture computers and other similar devices within the country.
The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), in association with Microban Standard Communications limited have put together a software development competition they’ve tagged e-Solve. From their website, e-Solve aims to expose Nigerian software entrepreneurs and give them visibility. The focus for this year’s competition is Health or Education on E-governance. As with all things Nigerian, geo-politics […]