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Kano Joins Six Other States in Switch Over to Digital Terrestrial Platform

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Kano State in North-west Nigeria has joined six other states that have completed the Digital Switch Over (DSO) to migrate digital terrestrial broadcasting under the second phase of the national DSO programme. The first rollout...

IGF Calls for Nomination of Candidates for its Leadership Panel

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The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) has issued a call for the nomination of candidates from all stakeholder and regional groups for its inaugural Leadership Panel for the 2022 and 2023 cycles. Candidates’ nominations can be...

Virtual School of Internet Governance Begins Global Accessible Course

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The Virtual School of Internet Governance (VSIG) has begun a massive global accessible capacity building programme on Internet Governance which had been carried out in face to face format prior to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)...

Internet Society Nigeria Chapter Selects Co-Chairs for Working Groups

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The Internet Society (ISOC) Nigeria Chapter has selected some members of the organization to be Co-Chairs of its five Working Groups following the expression of interest to the call to serve as co-chairs of...

MRA, IPC Condemn Federal Government’s Twitter Ban, Threaten to Lodge Complaints Before AU, UN...

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Two non-governmental organizations, Media Rights Agenda (MRA) and the International Press Centre (IPC) on June 7, 2021 condemned the Federal Government’s indefinite suspension of Twitter in Nigeria and threatened to lodge a formal complaint...