Adeniran said this at a road walk to mark the 2023 African Statistics Day in Abuja on Tuesday.
Total telecommunications solutions provider, Globacom, has introduced a new portfolio of call and data plans to aid the growth of businesses by keeping them connected and running round the clock.
Telecommunications giant, Globacom, has announced the availability of Samsung Z Fold5 and Z Flip5 in all its one-stop Gloworld shops across the country.
Customers can now get up to 380GB for N60,000, plus a free router device valid for one year, and up to 200GB at N36,000, plus a free MiFi device also valid for one year.
In fact, if a business really cares about having a successful 2021, it needs to prioritise data privacy as its number one focus. Doing so won’t only help businesses side-step some of the issues and expenses associated with data breaches, it’ll also help increase brand confidence among customers, employees and other stakeholders.
The National Bureau of Statistics made this known its Drug Seizure and Arrest Statistics 2019 published on its website on Thursday.
But data privacy issues don’t just affect private individuals. They can have a massive impact on businesses, with the average data breach costing in excess of $3.8 million.
Speakers at the event organised by the Wole Soyinka Centre Investigative Journalism to mark Prof. Wole Soyinka’s 86th birthday have pushed for Nigeria to have accurate and relevant data towards national development.
The figures formed part of the data released by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control on Tuesday on its Twitter handle.
According to both organisations, the programme will enable young Nigerians to continue their learning and acquisition of new skills despite the spread of the Coronavirus Disease.
Babatunde Fashola, Minister of Power, Works and Housing, has called on members of the Nigerian Institute of Estate Surveyors and Valuers to create data on unoccupied houses in the country.
Zuckerberg said: “I think we will dig through this hole, but it will take a few years.
NCC made this known in its monthly Subscribers Operator Data posted on its website.
Specifically, it asked the Federal Government to produce a comprehensive record of all treaties entered into by the country, indicating those already ratified by the National Assembly.
Onyeagu told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos that the National Population Commission should be merged with the National Bureau of Statistics to make it one vibrant statistical system.