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The inaugural FT list which was compiled with Statista, a research company, was released after months of study, public calls, intense database research, and direct interaction with over 900 public companies in the continent. 75 firms were ranked among millions of African-based businesses based on their revenue compound annual growth (CAGR) between 2017 and 2020.

Delivering the guest lecture during the recently held 10th matriculation ceremony of McPherson University, Ogun State, Obaro said “Today needs thinkers so that we can be relevant tomorrow. It has been said that knowledge in most fields doubles about every five years. You must therefore have your eyes and imagination one step ahead of today, or your skills will be a mismatch for the new world of tomorrow.”

A statement signed Tuesday, by the NCC Director, Public Affairs, Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde, said the bolstering of the capacity of emergency response was coming on the heels of Commission’s recent activation of the Taraba State ECC, thus bringing the total number of operational ECCs across the country to 25.

MTN and Mafab Communications were allocated slots for the 3.5 gigahertz (GHz) spectrum dedicated to the deployment of the technology after emerging winners conducted by Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) in Abuja last year after 11 rounds of bidding that lasted eight hours.

A statement signed by Director, Public Affairs, Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde clarified that TangleBot deploys more or less similar tactics as the recently-announced notorious FlutBot SMS Android malware that targets mobile devices, adding that TangleBot equally gains control of the device but in far more invasive manner than the FlutBot malware.

In a press statement by its Director, Public Affairs, Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde CSIRT, in its first-ever security advisories less than three months after its creation, confirmed that it has solely identified the two cyber-attacks targeting the consumers and therefore proffering solutions that can help telecom consumers from falling victims to the two cyber vulnerabilities.

The combined awards, issued on the heels of a public lecture, titled, Public Sector Financing: The Oil Revenue, Challenges, Solutions and Prospects, eloquently expressed the significance of telecom sector’s contribution to Nigeria’s economy. Noteworthy is telecoms’ 12.45 per cent contribution to the nation’s GDP in 2020, which was central and pivotal in taking the nation out of recession.