Saviour Adugba Indian controlled mobile telephone service provider, Airtel, gained most among its competitors in the number of

By Omobayo Azeez The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has commenced the implementation of the Accounting Separation Framework

But turnover seen losing vibrancy By Omobayo Azeez SENTIMENT IN THE DOMESTIC bourse remained weak as investors took profits

By Omobayo Azeez Airtel Nigeria says it is collaborating with the Federal Government to offer free qualitative education for students

Airtel Africa on Thursday announced the acquisition of additional spectrum to expand its telecommunications network across Nigeria.

By Omobayo Azeez Management of Airtel Africa Plc has hosted a group investor session in Lagos to assess its first half-year, 2019

Omobayo Azeez Sell-offs on the stocks of Airtel Africa and 14 other listed companies led to a loss of N81 billion at the close of

Telecom operators grew their revenue by 15 percent in one year to reach N2.25 trillion in December 2018 from N1.96 trillion in 2017, a

Airtel Africa has said it will soon roll out its mobile money business in Nigeria. Raghunath Mandava, its chief executive officer,

Telecommunications services have gone poorer in the last few days owing to a partial disconnection of telephone lines largely due to