Nigerian authorities are unnecessarily complicating the delivery of mobile money to the people.
A lawyer’s threats to the Nigerian Communications Commission have been used to justify hyperbolic media headlines about revenue losses.
Billing is cited as the cause of more than 50 percent of complaints received by Nigeria’s regulator, but this statistic might give a misleading impression of what upsets customers.
Trying to delay the adoption of a new technology like Bitcoin will not stop it, and may slow the management of its risks.
One of the people arrested blamed engineers at MTN headquarters for taking advantage of weak IT security.
The fine for failing to disconnect unregistered SIMs is a third of that originally threatened by the Nigerian government.
The annual budget of the Nigerian Communications Commission includes some interesting expenditure.
Nigerian police have been called in to defend mobile phone masts after dozens were destroyed by Islamist militants. You can read the Reuters story here….
It has been a while since I last poked fun at Papa Rob Mattison, the self-appointed Grand Wizard of Revenue Assurance. In general I try…