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Nigeria: BPE screening Nitel/Mtel bid proposals

Nigeria's Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) has begun the process of screening the technical as well as the financial proposals submitted by bidders for the Nigerian Telecommunications (Nitel) and its mobile subsidiary, Mtel. BPE spokesperson, Chigbo Anichebe, told media that...

Nigeria’s telecom leaders call for an investigation

Nigerian telecommunications leaders have called on the federal government to investigate the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) over the sale of the state-run telecom operator NITEL. President of the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) Titi Omo-Ettu says he...

Money laundering suspicions stall NITEL sale

MONEY laundering suspicions against the financier of the New Generation Consortium, which was set to acquire a majority stake in Nigeria Telecommunications (Nitel) Plc, is the cause of the delay in the Nitel sale, the director general of ...

Panic as consortium delays payment for NITEL

LESS than 48 hours to the expiration of the deadline to pay, New Generation Consortium is yet to make the required 30% deposit representing US$750 million security on their bid of US $2.5 billion for the comatose Nigeria Telecommunications...

Nigerian panel to scrutinize NITEL privatization debacle

Controversy surrounding the bidding process for state-owned operator NITEL, has lead to Nigeria's National Council on Privatization setting up a panel to further investigate the bidders involved in the privatization deal. According to Total Telecom, the seven-member panel will look...

SAP SME tour draws to a close in Johannesburg

THE African leg of the SAP SME World Tour, drew to a conclusion in Johannesburg yesterday with more than 350 partners and customers attending the roadshow intended to demonstrate SAP's capabilities in this market space. Officials said the tour demystified...
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