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Deloitte Nigeria
Nearly half of smartphone owners regularly use their devices on public transport, at work and while shopping.
Fred-Young & Evans
The 21st Century has witnessed a boom in Nigerian music. It is obvious that unlike in the 1980's, when Nigerian music were rarely played in parties, clubs or public functions even within her borders...
Fred-Young & Evans
Entertainment law is the entire legal services to the entertainment industry.
Deloitte Nigeria
As smartphones become ever more embedded in the lives of Africans, we see new opportunities and challenges for the mobile sector, retailers, advertisers and beyond.
Fred-Young & Evans
The National Lottery Act 2005 and the National Lottery Regulation 2007 regulates lottery business in Nigeria. Nevertheless, some States of the Federation have their own Lottery Law.
Perchstone & Graeys
The philosophy behind the removal is to enable ISPs to bring down their internet data price as low as possible so as to gain more subscribers as well as make it cheaper for Nigerians to access the internet.
Perchstone & Graeys
Telecommunications has enjoyed rapid growth following continuous demands for improved services and corresponding technological advancement to meet these demands.
Fred-Young & Evans
The deregulation of the telecommunications sector in 2001 led to the issuance of telecom licenses to major telecom providers.
Strachan Partners
The 21st Century has witnessed a boom in Nigerian music. The songs of Nigerian new generation artists are aired on prominent radio and televisions stations across the world.
Deloitte Nigeria
The service industry, according to National Bureau of Statistics presently makes up approximately 50% of the rebased GDP of Nigeria.
Jumbo Chambers
A critical element of most national telecom policy objectives is advancing universal service.
Olajide Oyewole LLP
Hairspray the 2007 film, is a musical comedy packed with Hollywood heavy weights like John Travolta, Michelle Pfeiffer, Christopher Walken and Queen Latifah.
Olajide Oyewole LLP
was a freshman at the University when the Grammy Award winning single "I'll Be Missing You" by Faith Evans was released in 1997.
Aluko & Oyebode
The Nigerian Entertainment Industry has grown in leaps and bounds in recent years. Its story did not just start; its development has spanned decades.
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Fred-Young & Evans
The National Lottery Act 2005 and the National Lottery Regulation 2007 regulates lottery business in Nigeria. Nevertheless, some States of the Federation have their own Lottery Law.
Fred-Young & Evans
Entertainment law is the entire legal services to the entertainment industry.
Perchstone & Graeys
The philosophy behind the removal is to enable ISPs to bring down their internet data price as low as possible so as to gain more subscribers as well as make it cheaper for Nigerians to access the internet.
Deloitte Nigeria
As smartphones become ever more embedded in the lives of Africans, we see new opportunities and challenges for the mobile sector, retailers, advertisers and beyond.
Deloitte Nigeria
Nearly half of smartphone owners regularly use their devices on public transport, at work and while shopping.
Perchstone & Graeys
Telecommunications has enjoyed rapid growth following continuous demands for improved services and corresponding technological advancement to meet these demands.
Fred-Young & Evans
The 21st Century has witnessed a boom in Nigerian music. It is obvious that unlike in the 1980's, when Nigerian music were rarely played in parties, clubs or public functions even within her borders...
Fred-Young & Evans
The deregulation of the telecommunications sector in 2001 led to the issuance of telecom licenses to major telecom providers.
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